She Lost Friend To Vegas Massacre And Her Home To Fire
Erin Williamson of Orange County could give lessons on remaining hopeful in life. She's literally remarkable -- she lost a friend in the Las Vegas massacre and watched her home burn to the ground, missing that friend's vigil. As Michele Gile reports, Williamson's remained hopeful and positive.
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KCAL9 News at 4 p.m. (March 21)A fierce storm moves across the LA area, and it's not expected to let up for at least 24 more hours. The Rundown (March 21)Updates on the following stories in less than two minutes: A powerful storm rolls across Southern California, and communities in wildfire-burn areas are bracing for potential slide activity.
La Tuna Canyon Area Anticipates SoCal StormThe La Tuna Canyon Area has yet to be hit hard by Southern California's biggest storm of the season, but if it rains hard enough, La Tuna Canyon will be closed by 6 p.m. Wednesday night. Dave Lopez reports.

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