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.
Study: Southern Californians Prefer Private Cars Over Public TransitA new study finds that public transit use in Southern California has declined significantly over the past ten years as car ownership has increased.
Strong Winds, High Temperatures Keep SoCal In Danger Of WildfireSouthern California is looking at a second day of record-breaking heat and high fire danger – in January.
Cold Storm Expected To Bring Plenty Of Snow, Some Rain To SoCalAfter several days of warm, dry weather, Southern California is going to get a reminder that it’s actually winter.
Southern California Temperatures Plunge 20 Degrees In A WeekA cold air mass and lighter winds sent temperatures plunging in a swath of California early Friday.
Patience, Plenty Of Time Needed For Start Of Thanksgiving Holiday GetawayPlanning on flying out of LAX Wednesday? Pack your patience.
No. 15 USC Clinches Pac-12 South In 38-24 Win Over ColoradoSam Darnold tossed two TD passes and ran for another, Ajene Harris intercepted two passes, including one he returned for a score, and No. 15 Southern California beat Colorado 38-24 on Saturday to wrap up the Pac-12 South title.
Heat Wave Lets Up, But Wildfire Danger Still High Temperatures dropped a few degrees Wednesday, but Southern California will still be hot, dry, windy and at high risk for wildfire.
1909 Record Among Several Broken In Second Day Of Heat WaveSouthern California will bake again Tuesday, with no relief from the heat even at the coasts – Ventura is expected to hit 103, while Long Beach will roast under triple digits for a second day in a row.
Brush Fires Pop Up As Peak Heat Hits SoCalBrush fires got an early start even in the relatively cooler overnight hours.
Southern California Continues To Broil Under Extreme Heat, LightningOn the third day of triple-digit heat, and a second straight day of widespread power outages, forecasters now say that heat wave roasting Southern California will probably last longer than expected.
Southern Californians Riveted By Sight Of Partial Solar EclipseAcross Southern California, eyes turned to the sky Monday morning to catch a glimpse of the first solar eclipse visible in the United States since 1979.
Summer Heat Wave Chases Off Cool 'June Gloom'The summer heat has finally arrived.
Memorial Day Getaway Gets UnderwayMore than 3 million Southern Californians will hit the road for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
Study: SoCal Beaches Could Erode Into Sea Cliffs By Year 2100A new study predicts that 31 percent to 67 percent of Southern California beaches could completely erode back to coastal infrastructure or sea cliffs by the year 2100 with sea-level rises of 3.3 feet to 6.5 feet.