Scenes From the Devastating Mudslides in Southern California
At least 15 people were killed in the wreckage in Montecito, California. Dozens more are still missing.
Mudslides Hit Southern California Community Still Recovering From Thomas Fire
At least eight people have been killed by mudflows after a deluge of rain fell on the region left vulnerable by the Thomas Fire.
After an Epic Fire, Southern California Is Now Facing an Epic Flood
Mudslides, waterspouts, and flash flooding are expected in already hard-hit areas.
The Thomas Fire Is About to Become the Largest Wildfire in California History
As of Monday afternoon, the fire had swelled to 270,000 acres.
Frequent Fires Can Irreparably Harm Even the Most Resilient Ecosystems
Fires can be rejuvenating for some ecosystems. But as wildfires increase in frequency and severity, those ecosystems could see could their soil fertility and carbon capture depleted.
Scenes From the Wildfires Raging Through Southern California
The Thomas Fire had burned an estimated at 65,500 acres and destroyed hundreds of structures as of mid-morning Wednesday.
Los Angeles Is Cracking Down on a Notable White Supremacist Gang
But that doesn’t make its racially biased gang policies any better.
Everyone (in Southern California) Is a Valley Girl
New research reveals that most college-age people in Southern California—regardless or sex or socioeconomic background—use uptalk.