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L.A. NOWFire watch: Red-flag fire warnings have been issued for parts of Southern California for the next two days....
World NowAt least 99 people died when torrential rains tore through southern Russia, catching sleeping people by surprise and flooding tens of thousands of homes, authorities said Saturday....
L.A. NOWThe red flag fire warning has been issued through Tuesday night for a large swath of Southern California inland and desert areas....
L.A. NOWDespite continued winds, the higher humidity in the Antelope Valley and surrounding areas allowed the National Weather Service to end a red flag warning and cancel a wind advisory Tuesday evening....
L.A. NOWAfter wind and some drizzle, Memorial Day weekend should become warmer and sunnier. But officials warm about potentially dangerous surf. Windy conditions Friday and Saturday morning brought warnings of high surf. The National Weather Service warned of rip...
L.A. NOWThe weather forecast looks good for Los Angeles, most of California, and the rest of the U.S. Southwest for Sunday's solar eclipse. But clouds threaten the view in much of Asia and the U.S. Northwest, South and Midwest. In Southern......
When it comes to big money in politics, Dallas billionaire Harold Simmons' influence has long been apparent in Texas, where he has plowed more than $1 million into Rick Perry's gubernatorial campaigns. Now Simmons has found a new outlet for his outsize...
L.A. NOWSouthern Californians expecting a respite from strong winds will have to wait a little longer, even as some residents remained without power days after the last go-round. The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning in the mountains of Los...
L.A. NOWA strengthening storm system is expected to dump up to 13 inches of snow at higher elevations in Los Angeles County mountains starting tonight, and a winter storm warning will remain in effect above 5,000 feet Monday through Tuesday. At......
L.A. NOWThe National Weather Service said that significant amounts of snow could fall overnight in mountain areas, creating dangerous conditions for motorists during the Tuesday morning commute....
Nation NowForecasters warned late Monday that up to 18 inches of snowfall was expected across the region as the storm traveled towards the Texas Panhandle and parts of Kansas and Colorado....
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