Excessive Heat, Red Flag Warnings Go Into EffectTriple-digit temperatures are expected across Southern California, prompting excessive heat warnings that go into effect Monday morning.
Flex Alert Issued Due To High Temperatures Across The WestThe hottest days of the heat wave are expected to be Tuesday and Wednesday, raising concerns for power outages, heat-related illnesses, and wildfire danger.
4-Day Heat Wave Kicks Off In SoCal With Record-Breaking HeatPalm Springs reached as high as 119 Monday afternoon, breaking by three degrees the record set on the same date in 2014.
'Like 19th Century!': Encino Condo Residents Going On Sixth Day Without Running WaterThe taps at the 509-unit Encino Oaks apartment have been dry since Sunday.
Hemet Father Dies In Extreme HeatOvercome by triple digit heat and then rushed to a hospital. A local father died just hours later after he left the hospital and now his family wants to know exactly what happened to him. Nicole Comstock reports.
Tragedy Strikes Family Of Postal Worker Delivering Mail In Extreme HeatThe Los Angeles County Coroner said Peggy Frank, 63, was found unresponsive in her mail truck Friday afternoon in the Woodland Hills area, where temperatures reached a 117 degrees.
LA Braces For Another Day Of Triple-Digit Heat SaturdayThousands of LADWP customers were without power across Los Angeles.
The Grove Suffers Power Outage As Heat Wave Sweeps SoCalThe outage was reported shortly before 7 p.m. Friday as temperatures hit record highs.
Heat Wave Shatters Records Across Southern CaliforniaBy 1 p.m., temps in Woodland Hills hit 115 degrees, shattering a record of 106 set in 1976.
Scorcher: Triple-Digit Temps Descend On LA ThursdayThe peak of the heat wave will hit the region Friday and Saturday.
SoCal Broils Under Record-Breaking Thanksgiving Heat WaveDowntown L.A., LAX, Long Beach, Burbank, Woodland Hills, Camarillo, Sandberg and Oxnard are among the cities that set new heat records Wednesday.
Heat Wave Lets Up, But Wildfire Danger Still High Temperatures dropped a few degrees Wednesday, but Southern California will still be hot, dry, windy and at high risk for wildfire.