Winds Blowing Smoke From Sequoia And Kings National Park Wildfire Into Southern CaliforniaSmell that? The all-too-familiar, dreaded odor of brush fire smoke is in the air, but the source is coming wildfires burning in Northern California, hundreds of miles away.
Amazon, U.S. Postal Service On Hiring Spree Ahead Of Holiday SeasonWith the holidays and the year’s peak shipping season fast approaching, Amazon and the U.S. Postal Service are racing to hire thousands of workers.
Never Forget: Southern California Ceremonies Mark 20th Anniversary Of 9/11 AttacksSouthern Californians will mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks with remembrance ceremonies on Saturday.
Southern California Gets Rare Mid-August Drizzle, Cooler TemperaturesA thick marine layer kept usually-sunny Southern California rather gray, and temperatures were down, making conditions feel more like June gloom, instead of mid-August, according to CBS2/KCAL9’s Amber Lee.
Southern California's Valleys Under Heat Alert Due To High Temperatures Forecast Through This WeekendLos Angeles County Health Officer Dr. Muntu Davis issued a health alert for the Antelope Valley and West San Fernando that goes into effect Tuesday. The health alert kicks in Wednesday for the East San Fernando Valley, East San Gabriel Valley and the Santa Clarita Valley.
No Threat Of Tsunami Along Southern California Coasts After 8.2 Earthquake Hits Alaska“No significant tsunami is expected,” the National Weather Service posted on Twitter. “Once again, California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska – all clear.”
Southern Californians Wake Up To Scattered, Heavy ShowersHeavy showers developed across the Los Angeles basin Tuesday morning, bringing a tenth of an inch of rain to downtown Los Angeles.
USGS: Sonic Boom Felt Across Southern California Mistaken For EarthquakeA shudder felt across most of Southern California wasn’t an earthquake – it was a sonic boom, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Southern California's Biggest Fourth Of July Fireworks Shows Return This WeekendAfter more than a year of dark venues and canceled events to slow the spread of COVID-19, Fourth of July celebrations will be in full swing this weekend. While many community events may not be back this year, some of the biggest fireworks displays are making a splashy comeback.
Scattered Showers Fall On Parts Of Sweltering Southern CaliforniaMonsoonal moisture moved into the area Thursday morning, starting in Orange County and moving into the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles County.
Lifeguards, Park Rangers Brace For Big Memorial Day Weekend CrowdsPeople – especially those who have been vaccinated – are eager to get back to socializing with friends. And because public health officials say gatherings are safest outdoors, lifeguards and park rangers are bracing for a busy holiday weekend.
Hot Housing Market Driving Up Home Prices Across SouthlandOwning a home is part of the American dream for most people, but for many living in Southern California it's getting more and more expensive to turn that dream into a reality.
Gas Prices In Southern California Keep Ticking Up, But Cyberattack On East Coast Pipeline Not Expected To Make An ImpactGas prices had already been pushed up by a shortage of truck drivers able to transport fuel, the start of the California’s usage of the higher-cost summer blend, and wider business reopenings that have people driving more and farther.
Survey Of Ocean Floor Between Los Angeles, Catalina Island Finds 27,000 Suspected Barrels Of DDTScientists have confirmed the existence of a DDT dump site in the waters off the coast of Southern California, and it’s even bigger than they had anticipated.
World War II Hero Jacob Cruz's Remains Returned Home To Southern CaliforniaA procession carried the remains of Marine Private Jacob Cruz after his flag-draped coffin was taken back to Southern California.