There have been no reports of injuries.
People living in the mountains and hillsides enjoy the beauty of nature – as well as its wrath.
If you haven’t cleared a defensive space around your home and if you haven’t packed what you need to evacuate, then fire officials say you’re not ready for a fire.
The keys to surviving a major disaster include being prepared and knowing your neighbors.
Fire season is year-round here in Southern California, so it’s important to always be prepared.
Tuesday’s flash floods sparked fears of mudslides for residents in Silverado Canyon, where crews battled fires over the weekend.
A brush fire that has torched 968 acres in Orange County was 80 percent contained Monday morning.
Firefighters Monday continued to work to extinguish hot spots caused by a massive fire at a 5-acre pallet yard in Fontana.
The body was found either next to or under a bush that was on fire, police aid.
The fire was reported shortly after 10 p.m. in the 13800 block of Slover Avenue, according to San Bernardino County Fire.
“Before you hit the hill, you are sweating profusely. Then you start adding the hills and the hiking and all the gear that we carry and dehydration becomes a big factor,” Captain Todd Downing says.
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.
Crews Friday were battling a 1,600-acre brush fire in Silverado Canyon of the Cleveland National Forest.