McCrae Dowless and his family worked with “wads of cash” — and workers illegally handled absentee ballots, a woman who worked for him says.

Brianna Sacks • 4 days ago

Heavy rain from a powerful storm has sparked mud and debris flows in communities ravaged this month by wildfires, prompting new evacuation orders.

Brianna Sacks • 10 days ago

The sheriff’s deputy turned on his camera “in hopes of capturing what he thought were going to be the last moments of his life.”

Brianna Sacks • 10 days ago

"You've been a part of this for so long and then you're supposed to go back to your regular life. It's tough."

Brianna Sacks • 11 days ago

"I made up my mind in five minutes. I thought about all [that] these kids are missing, sports teams, proms, everything in such disarray — and I wanted to go help."

Brianna Sacks • 11 days ago

On the upside, we finally know the gender of the baby...😬

Brianna Sacks • 13 days ago

However, the lead scientist's actions are now being investigated for serious violations of academic ethics and codes of conduct by the university he is affiliated with.

Brianna Sacks • 13 days ago

“That’s the real hard part,” one evacuee said. “The one thing you need is housing, and there’s nothing there for you.”

Brianna Sacks • 20 days ago

An inch and a half of rain could cause flooding and debris flows, as well as interrupt the search for hundreds of missing people.

Claudia Koerner • 20 days ago

Norovirus is a highly contagious gastrointestinal virus that spreads easily in crowded conditions.

Theresa Tamkins • 23 days ago

“It’s like a total cremation of a town. It’s hard to see.”

Brianna Sacks • 23 days ago

“I can’t even think. We’re still all in shock that we’re all here in this one little community Walmart parking lot.”

Stephanie K. Baer • 25 days ago

“Years and years and years ago we knew we had a problem with that community," a Cal Fire chief said.

Brianna Sacks • 25 days ago

"Malibu really is so strong and there's a whole army that wants to help."

Brianna Sacks • 25 days ago

More than 40,000 youths have spent their summers at Camp Hess Kramer in Malibu. Now, only remnants remain.

Brianna Sacks • 26 days ago

"We went from a massacre to a natural disaster and no one has any time to catch their breath. You can't grieve or feel anything when you're being kicked out of your home."

Brianna Sacks • 28 days ago

"I know they were stretched thin and I don't know their jobs and I don't know what's going on. But it's hard not to feel like we were abandoned."

Brianna Sacks • 29 days ago

“There will be flames up to people’s porches and they will be like, ‘Oh look, it stopped, we’re good,’” one resident said. “That’s just what it is like to live here.”

Brianna Sacks • 29 days ago

Weary people fled their homes in Southern California Thursday night as the Woolsey fire tore through the area.

Hazel Shearing • One month ago

“This was a place that was sacred to us,” a dance instructor said. “That’s why this is such an absolute violation.”

Salvador Hernandez • One month ago