Southern California Edison To Pay $360M Settlement For Thomas, Woolsey FiresSouthern California Edison has agreed to repay taxpayers for firefighting and damage caused by the Thomas Fire in 2017 and the Woolsey Fire last year.
SoCal Edison Power Line Blamed For Sparking Devastating Thomas FireA downed power line owned by Southern California Edison was the cause of the devastating 2017 Thomas Fire in Ventura County, officials announced Wednesday.
Rain Pummels Burn Areas, Shuts Down PCH, Magic Mountain Before Heading OutAnother storm system soaked the Southland Wednesday and put on a spectacular overnight lightning show before it slowly moved out of the area by late afternoon.
With Storm Looming, Evacuations Already Ordered In Santa Barbara County Burn AreasA flash flood watch is in effect from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning for most of L.A., Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.
Southland Storms: Latest Evacuations And ClosuresThe third and final in a series of storms hitting the Southland this week dumped several inches of rain on recent wildfire burn areas Thursday.
Ventura River Breaches Its Banks, Floods RV ParkParts of Ventura County have received more than 4 and a half inches of rain in the past 24 hours, according to the National Weather Service.
Storm Prompts Flooding, Mandatory Evacuations In Holy Fire Burn AreaThe first major storm to hit Southern California this rainy season prompted flash flood warnings and mandatory evacuations throughout the Holy Fire burn area.
Woolsey Fire Burn Area Braces For Rain, Possible Flooding And MudslidesResidents forced to flee their homes during the Woolsey Fire were advised to prepare for the possibility they would have to evacuate again due to mudslides and flooding.
SoCal Edison: Electrical Equipment Possibly Linked To Start Of Thomas FireElectrical equipment owned by Southern California Edison may have been "associated" with the start of the massive 2017 Thomas Fire, company officials said Tuesday.
California's Largest-Ever Wildfire Finally Declared Extinguished Nearly 6 Months After It StartedThe flames broke out on Dec. 4, 2017, and burned more than 440 square miles in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.
Montecito Mudslide Insurance Claims Top $421 MillionInsurers have received more than 2,000 claims for residential and commercial losses, including $388 million for residential personal property, $27.2 million for commercial property and $6.7 million for auto and other lines of insurance.