San Diego County is testing to see if tar balls are a result of the Orange County spill.
- USA TODAY
Drought-stricken regions of Northern California could see "excessive rainfall" when an extreme weather system hits the West Coast this weekend.
California’s ‘atmospheric rivers’ bring limited rain relief — a look at the Western drought by the numbers
Moderate to heavy rain fell across Northern California heading into a weekend that's expected bring stormy weather to the drought-ravaged state, which is among the hardest hit as the U.S. West continues to strain under dry conditions.
- Business Insider
The CEO of a logistics startup took a boat tour of the Port of Long Beach and found a lot of things wrong, including terminals 'simply overflowing with containers'
The City of Long Beach said on Friday that it will temporarily permit additional container stacking to free up space and alleviate port congestion.
- LA Times
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake was reported Saturday evening at 10:11 p.m. Pacific time 13 miles from Yilan, Taiwan, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- Hoops Hype
Buddy Hield recently broke Peja Stojakovic's franchise record for three-pointers, but it remains to be seen how many more threes he'll make for the Kings. "Buddy's going to be gone," one NBA executive told HoopsHype bluntly. "They already traded him ...
- The Weather Network
Those in B.C. will be able to catch a short breather before the next powerful system moves in Sunday, potentially bringing damaging impacts and far-reaching disruptions from its explosive nature.
Dangerous Mustangs are back in a big way!
- The Guardian
Northern California faces flash flood risk and threat of mudslides, especially in fire-charred areas The storm could put 10 million people at risk of flash floods over the weekend. Photograph: NOAA/Zuma Press Wire Service/Rex/Shutterstock A huge Pacific storm is poised to unleash conditions known as an “atmospheric river”, with torrential rains and strong winds putting about 10 million people at risk of flash floods in parts of northern California this weekend. The incoming tempest has raised fe
- College Football News
After another wild week of college football, what will the Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY possibly look like? It's our prediction and best guess on what the latest rankings will be after Week 8.
- Buckeyes Wire
Buckeye Nation is grieving the loss of Ivan Douglas. There is a GoFundMe page that has been set up to assist the family.
One of America's Best Ski Resorts Just Announced It's Opening Two Weeks Early — Thanks to a Massive Snowstorm
Fresh powder in October? We'll take it.
- Fighting Irish Wire
Notre Dame is riding high after reasserting itself as the dominant team of late in its rivalry with USC. After a one-year absence, the excitement for this matchup had not dwindled, and it was great to see the game play out as it did. There will come ...
- The State
“We’re a 4-3 team, that’s who we are. That’s what we’ve earned and it’s disappointing.”
A much-needed rainy stretch of weather has been welcome so far for much of the Northwest, including Northern California. Much of the region is in severe, extreme or exceptional drought, as classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor. However, AccuWeather forecasters say a powerful storm that will culminate this rainy stretch at the end of the weekend will become too much all at once, and will bring dangers and significant impacts to the region. For the last several days, while there have been pockets
- LA Times
The Dodgers made a hefty financial commitment starting in 2020 to make the Dodgers a perennial World Series contender, but will they continue to pay out?
- Yahoo Sports
This is the worst penalty for taunting you'll see all year.
- Kansas City Star
Ty Gibbs led the first 100 laps of the ARCA Menards Reese’s 150 at Kansas Speedway, until a green-white-checkered finish forced overtime. Then, Nick Sanchez took over.
- Sooners Wire
Watch as Caleb Williams extends the Sooners lead with a 40-yard touchdown run.
- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
Here's what you can expect from Sunday's storm
- USA TODAY
A viral image that appears to show a marching band at a football stadium spelling out a vulgar message directed toward President Joe Biden is altered.