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John Ware, 88; native Laguna resident

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Gay, Republican and running for president

When Laguna Beach resident Fred Karger began sharing his vision for a more moderate Republican party last year, the 61-year-old presidential hopeful didn't get a warm reception from players on either side of the spectrum. Full story

Beach getaways within reach

   Need a break this spring? Travel + Leisure’s Nilou Motamed highlights fun and affordable escapes by the shore.

Salvaging Christmas in parts of Calif.

   Parts of the West are still cleaning up after this week’s historic storm. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports from some of the hardest-hit areas in California.

Mud, more evacuations in wake of L.A.-area storm

The tail end of a storm that dumped rain on Southern California for nearly a week buried houses and cars in mud, washed hillsides onto highways, flooded urban streets and threatened dozens of canyon homes. Full story

California storm

   Click to view images of widespread flooding and mudslides caused by the California storms.

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  Mudslide threat growing in California

Emergency personnel are preparing for torrential rain, flooding and possible tornadoes in California. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports from La Canada Flintridge, where more than 200 residents have been evacuated.

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A woman looks at muddy runoff from Aliso Creek meeting the Pacific Ocean in Laguna Beach, Calif. Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010. Downtown Laguna Beach was closed by up to 4 feet of storm runoff, which receded but left streets awash in mud. After days of relentless rain, Southern California on Wednesday w

Laguna Beach cleans up after heavy rains
Laguna Beach cleans up after heavy rains

epa02504630 Public Works workers inspect runoff from Laguna Canyon that flooded the streets of downtown Laguna Beach, California, USA, 22 December 2010. Cleanup efforts are underway after heavy rains flooded downtown with 3-4 feet of mud. EPA/PAUL BUCK