SoCal Records One Of Its Driest Februaries EverDowntown L.A. saw a total rainfall in January and February of 0.36 inches, the fourth driest ever.
WATCH: Meteor Spotted Breaking Up Over SoCal SkiesA meteor was spotted breaking up across Southern California’s night skies, and social media lit up with reported sightings.
LAPD: Bay-Area Gangs Connected To Recent Spike In Car BurglariesA recent spike in car burglaries led Los Angeles police to a troubling discovery — gang members from Northern California were connected with Southern California break-ins.
Southland Expecting Wet Weekend As Storms Move Into AreaIn Woodland Hills, a little drizzle was enough for shoppers to open up their umbrellas as they made quick last-minute trips to prepare for a wet weekend.
Cold Storm Brings Rain, Snow To SoCal; Thunderstorms, Flooding, Mudflows PossibleForecasters say periods of heavy rain could cause freeway flooding at lower elevations.
Ridgecrest Quakes Linked To New Movement Along California Fault Capable Of 8.0 QuakeWhen the Ridgecrest earthquakes rocked Southern California this past summer, scientists said a fault capable of producing an 8.0-magnitude quake began sliding.
Southern California Gas Prices Soar Past $4 Per GallonTwo weeks of daily price hikes have sent the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline well over the $4 mark across the region, even in outlying areas where prices are usually cheaper.
Southern California Bosses Give Employees Largest Raises, Data ShowsNew data shows that bosses in Southern California are giving the nation's biggest pay hikes.
Gas Prices Jump Again: Average Price Up 40 Cents In Less Than A MonthGas prices in Los Angeles went up nearly four more cents overnight, just one day after inching up three cents, bringing the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded to $3.75.
'So Magical': 1 Billion Butterflies Flutter Into SoCal During Migration From MexicoThe Southland is experiencing a rare sighting this week: About 1 billion butterflies swarming the skies during their migration from Mexico to the Pacific Northwest.
Light Rain Overnight Is The Calm Before This Weekend's Bigger StormLess than a quarter of an inch is expected to fall from the storm that started Wednesday night and continued into Thursday morning. The morning showers and light drizzle is expected to taper off from north to south, according to the National Weather Service.