Rauda Charged In Murder Of Irvine Father, 10 Shootings Near Malibu Creek State ParkHis arraignment was continued to Jan. 23, and he remains in custody on $1.1 million bail.
Pacific Coast Highway Stays Closed After Weekend MudslidePCH remained closed in both directions at Broad Beach Road all the way to Las Posas Road in Ventura County Monday, following Saturday night’s mudslide that trapped several vehicles at Tonga Street. Closures may remain in place through Tuesday.
Fire Burns Malibu Home Of Actress Brooke Burke
Surfer Found Dead In The Water While Surfing With Brother In MalibuDamon Michael Geller, 48, of Pacific Palisades died on the beach Thursday night. An autopsy is pending to determine his cause of death.
Fire-Scorched Santa Monica Mountains Won't Be Ready For Visitors Any Time SoonNational Park Service Ranger Ana Beatriz shared several images of the scorched mountain range in a Facebook post, asking for patience from visitors eager to return to their favorite trails.
Mother, Son Found In Woolsey Fire-Scorched Car IdentifiedThe coroner's office Monday released the names of a woman and her son, whose bodies were found in Malibu after the Woolsey Fire broke out.
Topanga Canyon Cut Off By Rock SlideLarge rocks, dirt and debris were likely loosened by last week’s big storm, CHP Officer Patrick Kimball said.
Mud, Debris Flows Wreak Havoc Across MalibuThe biggest mudslide was reported on Pacific Coast Highway at Leo Carrillo State Beach, where both sides of the busy thoroughfare have been shut down.
Angry Crowd Confronts Malibu City Council Over Woolsey Fire ResponseTuesday night’s meeting was the first since the destructive Woolsey Fire ravaged the communities in and surrounding the Santa Monica Mountains. So many people were at the meeting, city officials had to open spill-over rooms.
Rain, Cold Temperatures Prompt Warnings, AlertsA storm now off the coast of Northern California is forecast to bring average to moderate rainfall starting Tuesday night.
Woolsey Fire Repair Work Begins On 20-Mile Stretch Of Pacific Coast HighwayWork will include repairing guardrails, cleaning drainage lines, removing burned debris, restoring damaged signs, installing netting on burned hillsides and silt fences along the lower end of burned slopes.
Post-Fire Restoration Work Will Prompt Closures Along PCH In Malibu AreaWork to stabilize hillsides and repair infrastructure damaged in the Woolsey Fire will prompt the closure, beginning Monday, of segments along a 20-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway in the Malibu area, Caltrans announced Friday.
Woolsey Fire Burn Area Braces For Rain, Possible Flooding And MudslidesResidents forced to flee their homes during the Woolsey Fire were advised to prepare for the possibility they would have to evacuate again due to mudslides and flooding.
Mudslide Concerns Return To Malibu Area Scorched By Woolsey FireWith more rain expected this week, Malibu residents still reeling from the devastating Woolsey Fire are once again dealing with the threat of mudslides.
Thousands In Malibu Remain Evacuated As Power Poles Are ReplacedSome Malibu residents still remained evacuated Saturday, days after the Woolsey Fire was full contained, because utility crews were working to repair and replace burned and downed power poles.