California remains deep in a drought, but a steady string of wet weather that is expected to continue Wednesday is making it look and feel replenished.
A soaking storm swept into Southern California, causing several mudslides, flooding streets and cutting power to tens of thousands Friday after lashing the rest of the state with much-needed rain.
Here is the latest on the storm hitting California gathered by AP reporters across the state: 8:40 a.m. PST: In wildfire-scarred Camarillo Springs, about 50 miles northwest of Los Angeles in...
Here is the latest on the storm hitting California gathered by AP reporters across the state: 12:12 p.m. PST The city of Glendora is urging voluntary evacuation of homes near the Colby Fire burn...
A large fire in downtown Los Angeles destroyed an apartment tower that was under construction and forced the closure of parts of two major freeways, snarling rush hour traffic Monday morning.
Hours of downpours brought California a dose of relief from a three-year drought with few of the negative consequences the long-awaited storm had threatened, at least so far.
Hopes for much-needed moisture but fears of mudflows marked California as a Pacific storm headed toward the drought-dry state.