• Two Local Tribes Get Increase From Federal Government Disaster Assistance

    Acting Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Bob Fenton announced Thursday that President Joe Biden has increased disaster assistance available for two local tribes. Biden authorized an increase in the level of federal funding for public assistance projects undertaken as result of severe weather events in February 2019 for the La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians in […]

  • Road Repairs Could Continue Well Into The Future After Record Storm

    Submerged in mud and debris from Thursday’s storm, cities across the Coachella Valley could continue digging out and rebuilding roads well into the future, officials announced Friday. Numerous city streets remain clogged by the aftermath of the storm as a result of the region’s biggest storm in years. one that also caused some mountain roads […]

  • Thousands Under Evacuation Orders Stay Home

    The rain has been relentless in Southwest Riverside County, couple that with the devastation left behind by the Holy Fire and it’s a recipe for disaster. “And the rains that we’ve had in the past the hills are saturated and there’s no telling what the mud flow and debris flow could be, ” says Ken […]

  • Back to Back Storm Wreaks Havoc Across So Cal

    Non stop rain is saturating already soaked hills. Water is raging across streets, carrying with it mud, debris and barreling through anything in its path. The water came so fast through areas in Ventura it caught William Watson off guard who is vacationing in an RV resort, “I woke up to an awful lot of […]

  • Rain, Mudslides, and Heavy Snow Plow California

    It was not a typical day of weather in California on Thursday, rains, floods, and even snow covered large portions of the state. The heavy downpour of snow in Northern California forced the closure of Interstate-5 in the Grapevine area affecting thousands of commuters. Scott Ewing is a resident of Palm Desert and makes the […]

  • Rainfall Causes Concerns of Flooding and Mudslides near Idyllwild

    Months after the Cranston fire the inevitable is happening. Rainfall is causing concerns for flash flooding and mudslides for neighboring areas. You can see knocked over fences and trees. Just a portrayal of how serious these floods are and they can happen within a matter of seconds. Resident Kelly Gillum says, “when it came there was […]

  • Mountain Communities Preparing for Rain

    The Cole Withers sound is soulful and deep. Members of the band live in the mountain community of Idyllwild, an area recently scorched by the Cranston Fire.  “It was the first time I‘ve ever encountered anything like that,” says Cole Withers, lead singer in the band.  “It was terrifying,” says his girlfriend Jeanne Spatola, adding they […]

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