4 to Watch: Here's a Look at Some of California's Colossal Rainstorms

It's a wet start to February, so we're taking a look back at some of the state's wettest winters

More rain is in the forecast for Monday and Tuesday before a break later this week -- part of a what has been wet start to February in Southern California. With that in mind, we're taking a look back at storms that made state history. 

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Here Are Some of California's Historic Rainmakers

With February off to a wet start, we're taking a look back at some of the rainiest days, weeks and even months on record in California. Click here for a list of California's historic rainstorms.

[LA-NATL] Historic California Floods in Photos

Plane Appeared to Break Apart Before Orange County Crash

Witness interviews and video are giving investigators a better picture of the moments before a twin-engine Cessna broke apart and crashed in a Yorba Linda neighborhood, killing five people. Click here for updates.


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LA Neighborhood Says City Could Have Prevented Mudslides That Damaged Homes, But Failed to Act

COVID-19 Pandemic Enters a New Phase but Remains a ‘Threat' in Los Angeles

Five people were killed when a small plane nosedived onto a Yorba Linda street. Rick Montanez reports for the NBC4 News at 11 on Monday, Feb. 3, 2019.

So, What's Next for the Rams?

Los Angels Rams fans could only watch as it all slipped away Sunday in Atlanta. And, by the time Greg Zuerlein's desperation field goal attempt in the waning seconds drifted wide left, some might already have been looking forward to next season

[LA GALLERY UPDATED 1/28] Photos: Rams Fans Cheer Their Team on to the Super Bowl

This Week: Hooray for Nutella Day

The hazelnut-chocolate spread has its own day -- Tuesday. Click here for a list of other SoCal events this week.

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