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Rob Lowe opened up about the deep "sadness" he feels following the deadly mudslides in his hometown of Montecito, California. Appearing on " The Ellen DeGeneres Show " airing today, the 53-year-old actor confessed, "It's been a really difficult week. The sadness I can't kind of get beyond it."
Mudslides ravaged roads and threatened the homes of countless residents in Southern California this week, including celebrities. Tennis legend Jimmy Connors wrote on Twitter that he was evacuated by helicopter on Tuesday from his home in Montecito, an affluent community in Santa Barbara County.
Rescuers pulled a 14-year-old girl from a muddy rubble, as at least 13 people were reported killed.
Hundreds of people called authorities Friday night when Elon Musk 's SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket. The Los Angeles Fire Department sought to quell any fears among Southern California residents with a statement saying that a "mysterious light in the sky is reported to be as a result of
The monster Thomas fire north of Los Angeles is leaving its place in the state's record books as it is now officially the second largest fire in California history. For the past 16 days, the fire that has been turning mountainsides to ash has grown. The fire only needs to consume a couple thousand
Lowe shared an image of his "new friends" having dinner at his home on Monday.
"Parks and Recreation" actor Rob Lowe thanked firefighters in Southern California this week in the best way he knew how: He fed them. Lowe shared an image of his "new friends" having dinner at his home on Monday as they continued to battle the massive Thomas wildfire, which has already claimed the
The Thomas fire is on track to become the worst wildfire in California history, already destroying 270,000 acres and more than 1,000 structures.
The Thomas fire, now the third largest in state history, has destroyed more than 1,000 structures and threatens to take more homes and require new evacuations.