A Southern California lawmaker co-introduced legislation in Sacramento Monday that would allow first-responders to disable or damage drones that interfere with emergency operations.
A 120-acre fire has forced evacuations in the Wrightwood area, including 90 Girl Scouts from a nearby campground.
For drivers trapped in their vehicles on a Southland freeway when a massive blaze erupted, it was a sight like they’d never seen.
At 2 p.m., the highway is scheduled to re-open, according to CHP officers.
One structure is threatened.
Several homes in Corona have been evacuated as firefighters battle a blaze just east of the airport.
A brush fire accidentally sparked by a Caltrans crew working near Irvine Lake was 90 percent contained Wednesday, authorities said.
Three vacant homes were destroyed Monday in a 250-acre brush fire in unincorporated Orange, authorities said.
Firefighters were responding to a six-acre vegetation fire in Redlands.
More than one hundred firefighters were assigned Friday to battle a vegetation fire in Riverside County.
The second-alarm blaze ignited around 5:30 p.m. near the 1100 block of Avonoak Terrace, according to the Glendale Fire Department.
No structures are threatened.
Firefighters have stopped the spread of a 150-acre fire that erupted on a Moreno Valley hillside.
The fire was reported near Merwin Street and Alessandro Boulevard around 8:30 p.m. and had spread to 175 acres by around 11 p.m. according to CAL FIRE Riverside officials.
A vegetation fire was reported in the 1500 block of Burton Mesa around 1:30 p.m. and had grown to nearly 300 acres by 6 p.m., prompting authorities to evacuate approximately 1,200 people in surrounding areas.