A wildfire in Orange County was 20 percent contained on Sunday but more than 200 homes remained evacuated near the Cleveland National Forest, authorities said.
Water-dropping helicopters fighting a wildfire in Orange County made for a dramatic and memorable backdrop for a couple who got married in nearby Corona.
A brush fire that forced dozens to leave their homes continued to burn Saturday morning in Orange County.
Three lanes of the eastbound Riverside (91) Freeway Wednesday were shut down due to a 10-acre brush fire, authorities said.
An 8.6-acre brush fire in the San Gabriel Valley was 90 percent contained Wednesday.
The blaze was ignited around 2 p.m. when a pickup truck hauling a trailer overturned and caught fire.
The blaze was reported shortly before 4:30 p.m. in the 19300 block of Quebec Avenue, according to CAL FIRE in Riverside.
Crews Friday were on the scene of a brush fire that erupted within the Sepulveda basin.
Campers and hikers scrambled to leave the most popular recreation in the Angeles National Forest on Sunday as a fast-moving brush fire swept through the area.
Two firefighters have suffered heat-related injuries as crews continue to battle a 65-acre blaze in the Angeles National Forest above Glendora.
Flames were reported around 3:30 p.m. on a hill near North Haskell Canyon and Bouquet Canyon roads, according to Los Angeles County Fire.
A fatal accident Tuesday caused a small brush fire in downtown Los Angeles.
A brush fire was burning Wednesday in the Aguanga community near Hemet, officials said.
Crews temporarily shut down both sides of the 60 Freeway in East Los Angeles Sunday as they battled a nearby brush fire.
A brush fire broke out in Sun Valley shortly before 6 p.m.