A brush fire has prompted the evacuation Wednesday of California State University at San Marcos.
A wildfire that surged amid high heat and dry winds in drought conditions brought evacuation orders for more than 20,000 homes in and around San Diego, but all residents were told they could return home Tuesday night just a few hours later as cooler, calmer darkness fell.
A suspicious backpack prompted evacuations at Azusa Pacific University Monday afternoon.
A pipe bomb discovered inside a vehicle in Northridge Wednesday afternoon prompted evacuations.
A suspicious device that temporarily closed portions of Long Beach has been cleared, authorities said.
Evacuation orders were lifted in Glendora and Azusa Sunday as a storm that battered the Southland tapered off.
Authorities say they’ve evacuated 13 homes in the Lake Hughes area due to flooding and mudslides.
Many of the streets were lined with debris-blocking K-rails.
Police Thursday issued mandatory evacuations for some residents in Azusa and Glendora due to the potential threat of mudslides.
A federal grand jury has indicted three men on charges of causing a Los Angeles-area wildfire that burned five homes.
There is no word when the evacuation order will be lifted.
Two cabins were destroyed as brush fires burned in Holy Jim Canyon Wednesday night, authorities said.
Authorities say the discovery of an old inert military projectile led deputies to evacuate a portion of a Jurupa Valley neighborhood.
Neighboring residents were evacuated Monday after a construction crew ruptured a gas line near Montebello, authorities said.
Some 260 residents and hospital patients remained evacuated at Camp Pendleton on Sunday, as crews worked to contain a wildfire fueled by strong winds.