High Winds Raise Fire Danger; Oil Sheen Spotted | SoCal In Brief

LOS ANGELES, CA — As the weekend wraps up, we’ve rounded up all the stories you may have missed Saturday and Sunday to prepare you for Monday.

But before we jump into the Golden State’s top stories, residents should know that an onslaught of high winds was expected to pummel the Southland beginning Sunday evening, raising fire danger and potentially cutting off power to some 15,000 Southern California Edison residents.

“Remember that any new fire start will likely grow quickly and could become a large, destructive fire,” National Weather Service officials in Los Angeles tweeted.

Read more about that here.

From another oil sheen that was spotted off the coast of Huntington Beach over the same area where a pipe that spewed thousands of gallons of crude last month to an armored truck that spilled cash all over a San Diego freeway, sending drivers into a grabbing frenzy — here are some of the stories you missed over the weekend.

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