They were mothers and grandmothers. Nurses and students. Some were as young as 13. At least 13 deaths have been tied to GM's massive auto recall in the past year, and some say there are likely many more. Meet some of those crash victims:
Amy Kosilla, age 23 (died March 2010 in Fishkill, N.Y.)
Aubrey Williams, age 32 (died December 2013 in Lexington, Ala.)
Amber Marie Rose, age 16 (died July 2005 in Dentsville, Md.)
Seyde Chansuthus, age 25 (died December 2009 in Murfreesboro, Tenn.)
Amy Rademaker (L) and Natasha Weigel (R), ages 15 and 18 (died October 2006 in St. Croix County, Wis.)
Dany Dubuc-Marquis, age 23 (died June 2013 in Granby, Quebec, Canada)
Amy Breen, age 42 (Died October 2007 in Lyndhurst, Ohio)
Marie Sachse, age 81 (Died February 2009 in St. Louis)
Esther Matthews and Grace Elliott, ages 73 and 13 (Died April 2009 in Knox, Pa.)
Brooke Melton, age 29 (Died March 2010 in Paulding County, Ga.)
A Hurricane making its way through the Pacific Ocean is expected to bring high surf and strong currents to Ventura County south and southeast-facing beaches this week. Rescuers are urging the public to be cautious while entering the water, but surfers are enjoying the bigger sets.
It was a summer slam in Santa Barbara from what was once Hurricane Marie. Now it has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm, but the force coming in from the Pacific Ocean has roughed up some of our coastline.
A catalytic converter in a passing vehicle is suspected to be the cause of a brush fire that broke out Wednesday afternoon on the Harris Grade, near Lompoc. Firefighters were able to limit the blaze to less than 20 acres.