Firefighters Rescue Man From Abutment Above LA River As Water FlowsFirefighters Thursday rescued a man who was stranded on an abutment above the flowing Los Angeles River in the Winnetka area.
Atmospheric River Storm Front To Dump Heavy Rain On Southland Through Christmas EveThe Bond Fire burn scar in Orange County, along with the El Dorado and Apple Fire burn scars in San Bernardino County, are facing voluntary evacuation warnings.
Voluntary Evacuation Warnings Issued In Southern California Burn AreasA mandatory evacuation order will take effect Thursday evening for the Silverado, Williams and Modjeska canyons in the Bond Fire burn area, beginning at 8 p.m., set to take place through at least noon on Christmas Eve.
Powerful Storm Slams Southland; Brings Drenching Rain, SnowA flash flood watch is in effect until 6 p.m. Tuesday in recent county burn areas, including the Bobcat, Ranch 2, Dam, Lake and Palisades fires.
Rain Storm Closes Six Flags Magic Mountain, Knotts Berry FarmThe park said all tickets purchased for Tuesday will be honored through Dec. 31.
Officials Issue High Wind Advisory For Grapevine And Other AreasOfficials have issued a High Wind Warning for the Grapevine area. 
Approaching Storm To Force Highway And Road Closures In Burn Scar AreasFirst responders and county officials are warning residents near burn scar areas to prepare for the impending storm before it arrives. 
Packing A Punch: Powerful Storm To Bring Heavy Rain, Snow To SouthlandA storm front that is expected to pack a punch will arrive in Southern California Monday night and remain through Tuesday morning, bringing with it the risk of flooding and mudslides to a region which seen little to no rain for months.
Southland Storm Watch: Where To Get SandbagsHomeowners in areas such as the Bobcat Fire burn scar north of Monrovia, the Ranch 2 Fire north of Azusa and the Woolsey Fire burn scar in Malibu, are being advised to prepare by putting sandbags around their homes.
Another Round Of Rain Drenches SouthlandAfter seeing its first rain in weeks on Tuesday, a second fast-moving storm front was moving through the Southland Wednesday night and Thursday morning, bringing bands of rain to the valleys and snow to the mountains.
Storm Not Enough To Make A Dent In California's Drought, Expert SaysA meteorologist with the National Weather Service says that while the storm which pummeled California Sunday and Monday was beneficial, it did not do nearly enough to alleviate the state’s drought situation.