Mud, Debris Flows Wreak Havoc Across MalibuThe biggest mudslide was reported on Pacific Coast Highway at Leo Carrillo State Beach, where both sides of the busy thoroughfare have been shut down.
Angry Crowd Confronts Malibu City Council Over Woolsey Fire ResponseTuesday night’s meeting was the first since the destructive Woolsey Fire ravaged the communities in and surrounding the Santa Monica Mountains. So many people were at the meeting, city officials had to open spill-over rooms.
Emergency Food Aid Now Available For Woolsey Fire VictimsA family of four with a monthly gross income of less than $2,818 would be eligible to receive up to $640 a month.
Woolsey Fire Repair Work Begins On 20-Mile Stretch Of Pacific Coast HighwayWork will include repairing guardrails, cleaning drainage lines, removing burned debris, restoring damaged signs, installing netting on burned hillsides and silt fences along the lower end of burned slopes.
One Love Malibu Charity Concert Helps Fire VictimsA visible act of generosity to victims of the Woolsey Fire. Hundreds turned out at a charity concert to open their hearts and their checkbooks.
Post-Fire Restoration Work Will Prompt Closures Along PCH In Malibu AreaWork to stabilize hillsides and repair infrastructure damaged in the Woolsey Fire will prompt the closure, beginning Monday, of segments along a 20-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway in the Malibu area, Caltrans announced Friday.
CO2 Emissions From Camp, Woolsey Fires Nearly Matches Entire Year's Worth Of ElectricityFederal authorities say the recent Camp and Woolsey fires have produced emissions equivalent to roughly 5.5 million tons of carbon dioxide.
Rain Soaks The Southland, Sparks Debris And Mud FlowsMandatory evacuation orders were issued Thursday for Trabuco Creek in the Holy Fire burn area.