Summer's First Heatwave Hits Southern CaliforniaThe first heat wave of the summer revs up in earnest Thursday, raising wildfire concerns for hillsides teeming with rain-fed brush.
Light Rain Showers Slick Roads In Southern CaliforniaMonday will remain mostly cloudy with the chance of rain set at 40 to 50 percent.
Wildfire Near Lake Isabella Explodes In Size, Burns At Least 50 HomesA new wildfire on Thursday burned 50 to 60 homes and forced hundreds of people to evacuate from rural communities in Central California northeast of Bakersfield, authorities said.
NWS Issues Hard Freeze Warning For Antelope ValleyA hard freeze warning will remain in effect until 9 a.m. for the Antelope Valley.
Brush Fire Prompts Evacuation Of Cal State University, San Marcos CampusA brush fire has prompted the evacuation Wednesday of California State University at San Marcos.
Mills Fire In San Bernardino County 20 Percent ContainedAuthorities Saturday continued to investigate the cause of a fast-moving brush fire in San Bernardino County.
Crews Reach 30 Percent Containment Of Rancho Palos Verdes Brush FireA slow-moving brush fire has scorched more than 5 acres in Rancho Palos Verdes.
Investigators Suspect Arson In Pasadena House FireInvestigators believe arson was the cause of a house fire in Pasadena that injured a firefighter and caused a total of $800,000 worth of damage, a fire official said Sunday.
Massive Hill Fire In Cajon Pass Now 60 Percent ContainedFirefighters appear to be getting the upper hand on a massive fire burning in the Cajon Pass which has scorched at least 1,158 acres.
First Wildfire Of Season Burns South Of CoronaA wildfire scorched 150 acres south of Corona Thursday.
Strong Winds, Power Lines Spark Fires In Long Beach, Seal BeachHigh winds and arcing power lines at an oil storage facility are believed to have triggered spot fires in Seal Beach and Long Beach Sunday.
The Call Is Out For Volunteer Fire Watchers In Local MountainsWarm weather today reminds us all that fire season is upon us.