It's that time of year when water meets sunlight at Horsetail Fall in California's Yosemite Valley. It's an annual pilgrimage for some park visitors.
Below, four stories we're featuring today on NBCLA.com.
Bask in the Glow of Firefall
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Every year, around mid- to late-February, an otherwise little-noticed water fall over the eastern edge of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley becomes the jaw-dropping center of attention. Horsetail Fall takes on a stunning orange glow as it aligns with the sunset. Here's what to know if you'd like to see it in person this month.
[LA GALLERY] Vintage Photos: Yosemite National Park, Then and Now
One Storm Moves Out, Another Slides Toward Southern California
After steady rainfall on Valentine's Day, canyon roads and other areas were left covered in mud and debris. As Southern Californians clean up, another less-powerful storm is heading our way. What to know about this next round of rain.
[UPDATED 3/6/2019]Photos: Winter Storms Bring Days of Rain, Snow and Wind to Southern California
Two Arrested in the Disappearance of 16-Year-Old Aranda Briones
Two brothers accused of killing a 16-year-old Moreno Valley girl who went missing a month ago and is presumed dead were charged Thursday with murder. Aranda Briones was last seen Jan. 13 in Moreno Valley Community Park. Updates on the investigation.
Weekend: Major Art Fairs Around SoCal
There's a double-header of creativity scheduled for this weekend as two major art fairs come to Hollywood and Santa Monica. Frieze Los Angeles will bring together more than 70 galleries from LA and around the world. At the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, you'll find the Art Los Angeles Contemporary. We have the scoop on those events and others this weekend.