Violent Winds Wreak Havoc All Over Southern CaliforniaA pine tree went down over a Beverly Hills home, landing on its garage, while over the hill in Sherman Oaks, a eucalyptus tree impaled a Prius on Noble Avenue.
Summer-Like Heat, Winds Break SoCal Records In The Middle Of SpringCamarillo and Oxnard saw temps as high as 90 degrees by late morning, breaking records as old as 50 years ago.
SoCal, Twitter React To Magnitude-5.3 EarthquakeThis being the home of Hollywood, plenty of stars took to Twitter, because they feel earthquakes just like regular folk. Even the show "The Walking Dead" showed all its feels about the tremor.
Southern California Voters To Choose New Assembly MembersTwo spots are vacant because lawmakers resigned amid harassment claims.
Southern California Students To 'March For Our Lives'More than a dozen students from Los Angeles are flying out to take part in the march, which is expected to draw nearly 1 million people and be held concurrently with more than 800 sister marches from California to Japan.
Storm Leaves Downed Trees, Closed Roads In Its WakeFlash flood watches issued for L.A. County’s burn areas have been canceled without the feared debris flows, but the storm did some damage before it petered out.
Southern California Soaked By Second Day Of Heavy RainWith another day of record rain expected, flash flood watches remain in effect through several areas of the region, especially in areas recently burned by wildfire.
Southern California Warms Up After 2-Week Cold SpellAn unusually warm winter stopped abruptly in mid-February when temperatures plunged, leaving Southern California shivering in highs of 50s and 60s for the past two weeks.