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  • Sudden Downpour Triggers Mudslides in Burn Areas

    Sudden Downpour Triggers Mudslides in Burn Areas
    LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- At least six homes were evacuated overnight after a quick burst of heavy rainfall caused debris flow on the mountain slopes denuded by this summer's Station Fire. The mudslides occurred near the top of Ocean View Boulevard in La...
  • It takes more than a prayer

    The song was called "A Great Big Buncha Happy!" but none of the authors of "Sister Act: The Musical" seemed terribly cheerful. For a year and a half, the new musical's composer, lyricist, director and two writers had toiled to transform the 1992 Whoopi...
  • Pregnant Purse Thief Has a Change of Heart

    LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- A woman who was caught on video stealing a $1,500 purse from a local store has apparently had a change of heart. La Canada Flintridge north of Los Angeles, police say a shoplifter who snatched a $1,500 purse from a boutique has...
  • Big Rigs Banned from Angeles Crest Highway After Fatal Crash

    Big Rigs Banned from Angeles Crest Highway After Fatal Crash
    LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- Five months after a runaway truck killed two people, Governor Schwarzenegger signed a bill that permanently bans big rigs from a stretch of the Angeles Crest Highway. On April 1st, a big rig lost its brakes and slammed into...
  • Latest Southland Storm Fizzles Out Quickly

    Latest Southland Storm Fizzles Out Quickly
    LOS ANGELES -- Light rain fell across Southern California Tuesday, where the ground is still saturated from last weeks series of storms. The rain was not enough to cause any major problems. The rain started falling early afternoon and by about 6 p.m. was...
  • Most Evacuation Orders Lifted in Burn Areas

    Most Evacuation Orders Lifted in Burn Areas
    LOS ANGELES -- The City of Los Angeles has officially lifted evacuation orders for residents of many burn areas, allowing hundreds of people to return home. As of 5:00 p.m. Friday, many evacuation orders were lifted, including all orders in Glendale...
  • La Cañada Mayor Wants Federal Aid for Mudslide Victims

    La Cañada Mayor Wants Federal Aid for Mudslide Victims
    LOS ANGELES -- A massive cleanup is under way in the La Cañada Flintridge area after more than 40 homes were damaged by storm-related mudslides over the weekend. Forecasters say more rain is expected by Tuesday. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger toured...
  • Governor Tours Mudslide Damaged Areas

    Governor Tours Mudslide Damaged Areas
    Crews waded through thigh-high mud to check for gas leaks and survey damage in the foothills north of Los Angeles Sunday as evacuated residents waited to find out if they could return to their homes and start digging out. Forty-three homes in La Canada...
  • California to Swear off Cussing?

    California to Swear off Cussing?
    LOS ANGELES -- Lawmakers in California will have to watch their language next week because it's been officially deemed "Cuss Free Week." The Assembly passed a resolution Thursday, which must be approved by the Senate, forcing lawmakers to swear off swear...
  • Report: Number of Firefighters Reduced Before Station Fire

    Report: Number of Firefighters Reduced Before Station Fire
    LOS ANGELES -- As the Station Fire continues to smolder northeast of Los Angeles, a report says the U.S. Forest Service ordered supervisors to reduce the use of state and local firefighters shortly before the deadly wildfire erupted. The Los Angeles...
  • Firefighters Tested As Wildfires Sweep Through California

    Firefighters Tested As Wildfires Sweep Through California
    Firefighters found themselves beating back flames that were whipping through the mountains north of Los Angeles Saturday. The wildfires spread over nearly 9 square miles of bone-dry forest, causing many residents to evacuate and putting a halt to air...
  • Deputies: Hammer Attack Leads to Teacher Arrested for Pot

    Deputies: Hammer Attack Leads to Teacher Arrested for Pot
    LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- A high school teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District has been arrested on suspicion of growing marijuana and assault with a deadly weapon. Deputies were called to the 4700 block of Rockland Place in La Canada...