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.
Mud, Rock Slides Close Down Roads In Malibu, Ventura CountyDecker Canyon Road in Malibu has been closed all week, but overnight debris flows and mud slides shut down more of the canyon roads that thread through the Santa Monica Mountains.
PCH, Grapevine Reopen As Storm Brings Rain, Snow To SoCal The 5 Freeway through the Grapevine in the Tejon Pass in the Lebec area was closed as of 1:30 p.m. due to snow and ice, according to California Highway Patrol.
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.
Thousand Oaks Ranked 3rd Safest City In The CountryFBI data suggests that Thousand Oaks is the third-safest city in the country. It's now the location of the latest mass shooting.
Marine Vet Ian David Long Kills 12, Including Sheriff's Sergeant, In Thousand Oaks Shooting, Authorities SayThe gunman reportedly threw smoke bombs inside the bar where hundreds of people were dancing to country music and celebrating the weekly event, before opening fire with a Glock 45-caliber handgun.
DA Works On Bill That Will Grant Federal Money To Solve Cold Cases “It’s a huge step forward for prosecutors and more importantly, crime victims," Ventura County D.A. Greg Totten says.
2 Men Dead After Home-Built Plane Crashes In Ventura CountyThe Ventura County Fire Department says two people have been killed after a small aircraft crashed into a storage container outside Santa Paula.
Heroin Home Delivery Service Sting Nets 30 Sellers, CustomersJose Zepeda, 45, of Los Angeles was identified as the head of the delivery service, which operated under the names "Art's" and "Flaco's."
Thomas Fire Not Giving Up Amid Relentless WindsThe blaze is also still encroaching on several seaside communities in Santa Barbara. 18,000 homes remain threatened.
Doctor Raising Money For Colleagues Who Lost Homes In Fire Because 'It Just Broke My Heart'After learning some of his colleagues lost their homes in the Thomas Fire, Dr. Tipu Khan decided to lend a helping hand.