Voluntary Evacuations Ordered After Mudslide That Hit Encino Home Threatens 14 MoreA guest house was moved off its foundation by the mudflow, which also pushed out some of the furniture. The guest house has been red tagged, and the main house was yellow tagged.
PCH Reopens Near Malibu Following Mudslides Over The WeekendA 13-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway reopened Monday night – two days after mudslides prompted closures on the major thoroughfare.
Portions Of PCH In Woolsey Burn Area Remain Closed Following MudslidePortions of the Pacific Coast Highway remained closed Sunday following a mudslide amid the weekend’s storm.
Mudslides, Flooding Close PCH At Northern LA County BorderCHP officers responded to the scene at PCH near Tonga St. shortly after 7 p.m. Several vehicles were reportedly stuck in the mud.
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.
Mudslide Traps 5 Vehicles; Closes Topanga Canyon RoadThe roadway was covered with up to two feet of mud, along with large rocks and boulders from the hillside. The closure could last through Sunday.
Evacuation Warning Issued For Area Devastated By MudslidePeople living in an area devastated by mudslides were urged to think about leaving as a winter storm bears down on Southern California that could bring heavy rain.
Broken Water Main Causes Small Landslide In Newport BeachWhile crews were working to remove the dirt, Bayside Drive was shut down in both directions.
Celebrities Grateful To Crews Cleaning Up MontecitoCelebrities are making sure to thank the crews helping dig Montecito out from a deadly mudslide.
Drivers Expected To Get Back On Reopened 101 FreewayWith Highway 101 back open in Montecito, an influx of drivers who had been getting around the closure using buses, boats and trains are expected to get back on the Ventura (101) Freeway.
Storm Not Forecast To Drop Much Rain On Mudslide-Stricken MontecitoA fast-moving, cold and gusty storm system heading toward Southern California is not expected to bring much rain to the flood-ravaged Santa Barbara County community of Montecito.