Daily Archives: January 22, 2017

L.A. River roars on a stormy Sunday

LOS FELIZ-- As the strongest storm in years hit Los Angeles, the National Weather Service reported that today's weather system had dropped 1.70 inches of rain through 4:30 pm. That adds to a total for January of about 6.5 inches so far - nearly triple the normal amount. Read More »

Did you see the hole in the clouds on Saturday?

Sandy Driscoll of Silver Lake was heading to the Women’s March in Downtown L.A. on Saturday when she noticed a strange sight in the sky:  a large hole in the clouds.  What was it? Driscoll found out a few hours later watching the weather segment on KNBC. What Driscoll and many others saw Saturday afternoon is called a fallstreak hole ... Read More »

Fallen tree blocks Glassell Park street [updated]

GLASSELL PARK — A downed tree has blocked Division Street along the 3500 block this morning, and L.A. Department of Water and Power workers will likely have to shut down power nearby temporarily, according to police officials. The tree was large enough to cross Division Street from one sidewalk to the other, according to a spokesman for the LAPD’s Northeast ... Read More »