LA County Sues SoCal Edison For Over $100M In Costs, Damages From Woolsey FireSoCal Edison has admitted that its equipment could have been responsible for potentially sparking the wildfire.
Actor Michael Madsen Formally Charged With DUI (Again) In MalibuMadsen was allegedly driving in Malibu on March 24 when his vehicle struck a pole
Topanga Canyon In Malibu Closed All Weekend For Emergency RepairsThe closure will allow crews to restore the roadway's foundation, which has been eroded by a series of storms in the wake of the Woolsey Fire.
Young, Dead Gray Whale Washes Ashore In MalibuThe whale -- about a year old -- came ashore near the county line, bringing with it crowds of people, curious to see the majestic creature up close.
Rain Pummels Burn Areas, Shuts Down PCH, Magic Mountain Before Heading OutAnother storm system soaked the Southland Wednesday and put on a spectacular overnight lightning show before it slowly moved out of the area by late afternoon.
With Storm Looming, Evacuations Already Ordered In Santa Barbara County Burn AreasA flash flood watch is in effect from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning for most of L.A., Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.
Family Has Renewed Hope In Search For Man Missing Since Last AugustLast month, a pair of hikers found the key to Matthew Weaver Jr.'s BMW on a hiking trail.
Freezing Temps, Road Closures Remain After Rare Snowfall Delights SoCalRare snowfall and freezing temperatures delighted a wide swath of usually-warm Southern California Thursday, but continues to affect the region’s roads into Friday.
Beyond The Fires And Mud, Malibu Businesses Struggle To Stay OpenIt's reached the point where businesses are offering incredible deals and incentives.
Southland On Alert As Pacific Storm System Soaks AreaA small landslide in San Clemente has shut down one Orange County roadway even before heavy rains were expected to move in overnight Wednesday.
Mudslides, Downed Trees As Heavy Rains Continue To Pummel SouthlandWith no vegetation to hold hillsides in place, there is the ongoing risk that too much water could send charred debris flowing into neighborhoods.