Grapevine shutdown a possibility amid severe weather
With the storms moving into Southern California, the Grapevine is once again in danger of possibly shutting down.
SoCal once again bracing for another round of storms
FOX 11's Ed Laskos is in Irwindale as crews once again prepare for another round of storms in Southern California.
Storm preps underway along San Gabriel River
Storm preps are underway as Southern California once again braces for severe weather.
Skier 'critically buried' for minutes after triggering avalanche
New Hampshire authorities said the skier was only rescued after another skier saw a hand sticking out from the snow.
Volunteer shovel brigade clears snowy path to help migrating Yellowstone bison
Nearly five feet of snow fell this winter in West Yellowstone, resulting in giant berms created by snowplows along Highway 191, according to the Buffalo Field Campaign.
Southwest buys more deicing trucks after December fiasco
Southwest said it is buying more deicing trucks and lining up additional deicing pads at key airports and buying more engine covers and heaters to avoid a repeat.
Ski resorts socked in with snow; 50 feet fell at Mammoth
Managers at the Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort expect to break their all-time record snow total.
San Bernardino deputies check for victims still trapped in snow
San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputies spent much of Saturday trekking through deep snow to perform welfare checks in the mountains.
La Nina is over and El Nino could be on the way, forecasters say
The climate phenomenon is a by-product of a years-long cycle of water temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean known as the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and has been in its cool phase for the past three winters -- a rare feat for an event that typically lasts for one winter, maybe two.
Crestline neighbors band together as frustrated community continues to dig out of snow
Neighbors in Crestline said they started a local food distribution before the county, and question officials who say help is getting to everyone who needs it.
Several dead in San Bernardino Mountains after storm, residents fear more
One concerned mountain resident has started a database for residents to share info about supplies they need and where they need help. She said she fears for many of her neighbors trapped on the mountain.
'Operation Snow Angel' helps those needing supplies in San Bernardino mountains
A group of Veterans, including some who made the drive from Texas, have delivered vital supplies to those trapped in the mountains.
Snowmobiler nearly crushed by angry moose when animal charges in Idaho
The man who recorded the video said had his brother not jumped off the snowmobile when he did, he would have been crushed between the moose and handlebars of the vehicle.
San Bernardino Mountain residents frustrated after being trapped for more than a week
Some residents said they can't go to work, because if they do they won't be let back up the mountain. Others have said the County won't plow their road because they live on an access road.
Snow closes at least 3 Tahoe ski resorts
At least three ski mountains in the Tahoe area — Heavenly, Homewood and Sugar Bowl — were closed Sunday out of caution and for the safety of guests and employees.
'We need help': Stranded Lake Arrowhead residents plead for assistance amid food, medication shortages
Stranded Lake Arrowhead residents, including Michelle Calkins, are pleading for help on social media as the community continues to run out of food, medication, and deal with gas leak concerns.
Families asked to clear gas lines amid leaks happening across San Bernardino County homes
As families across the San Bernardino County mountain communities wait for help from the National Guard, they are being instructed to clear the gas lines as some neighborhoods are experiencing gas leaks.
Major roads in Riverside, San Bernardino County mountains still closed
Drivers in the Inland Empire had to wait for several hours as major roads allowing access to the mountain communities remain closed.
National Guard on San Bernardino mountains; Locals still awaiting help
Local residents FOX 11 spoke to say they have yet to see the National Guard arrive at their homes.
San Bernardino Co. crews working around the clock as conditions remain dire for trapped residents
“We’re here for you. We’re going to dig you out, and we are coming,” San Bernardino Sheriff Shannon Dicus said.