4 to Watch: Los Angeles Dries Out From Its Wettest Week in Months

We're taking a look at just how much rain fell in Los Angeles during the wettest week in more than a year

After four storms this week, Southern California is drying out. We have a look at rain totals and the region's drought outlook after the season's first significant series of rainy days.

Below, four stories to watch for Jan. 18, 2019.

Adding Up This Week's Rainfall

Four storms socked Southern California this week, marking the season's first stretch of significant rainfall. So how much rain did we get?

Just How Much Rain Did Los Angeles Get This Week?

25 Years Later: LA's Resilience After the Northridge Earthquake

Twenty-five years ago today, Los Angeles faced a monumental challenge -- recovering from the deadly and destructive magnitude-6.7 Northridge earthquake. We have a timeline of events documenting the days, weeks and months that followed the shaking.

Tesla is Planning for a 'Very Difficult' Road Ahead

Saying the road ahead was "very difficult," Tesla's CEO Elon Musk said Friday that the company would be cutting its staff by about 7 percent. The electric car and solar panel maker notified its employees about the staff cuts and other plans in an email posted on Tesla Inc.'s website.

And, It's Day 5 of the Los Angeles Teachers Stike

Contract negotiations resumed Thursday for the first time in nearly a week with no word on whether either side provided a new offer. You can follow developments here.

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