El Nino Leaves Much Of Drought-stricken California In Dust

LOS ANGELES -- Ed Heinlein surveys the steep mountainside that has repeatedly unleashed tons of mud into the backyard of his Azusa home since a 2014 wildfire and still hopes the drought-stricken state gets more rain.

"We have to have the rain," said Heinlein, whose home east of Los Angeles has become a poster child for the region's cycle of fire and flood.

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Posted: Thursday Mar-3-2016 12:10 PM

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