California Storms Force Evacuations
INSIDE EDITION reports from southern California where a week of torrential storms has put the region in a state of emergency. Thousands were evacuated and fears of mudslides have many people on the edge.
A week of torrential storms ravaged areas throughout Southern California this week with tornado-like winds and 20 foot waves. Thousands of residents were evacuated and many are trying to save their homes from mudslides. A state of emergency has been declared in five California counties.
For more details, go to cbsnews.com.
Trending on Inside Edition
Why Do More People Seem to Be Getting Sick This Flu Season?Health
Tips for Leaving Creepy Crawlies at the Christmas Tree FarmOffbeat
Alex Murdaugh Sentenced to 27 Years in Plea Deal After Admitting to 22 Financial CrimesCrime
A Toy Story: How the Hess Truck Became a Holiday Staple and Conjures Up Childhood Nostalgia for SomeOffbeat
Riley Keough Gets $7.5M From Lisa Marie Trust, Pays Priscilla $2.35M to be Sole Trustee of Estate: SettlementEntertainment