Arson investigators on scene said the fire, which broke out on the roof, didn’t look suspicious but they’ll continue to evaluate the scene.
A car crashing into a gas pump at a Shell service station in Malibu touched off a huge fire and explosion Saturday evening.
State fire officials say they’re expected to beef up staffing in Southern California and up north for the upcoming week amid forecasts for dry lightning and strong winds.
No evacuations have been ordered.
Crews were working to tackle a fast-moving brush fire in the Santa Clarita area Wednesday.
Crews doused a small brush fire burning Tuesday near the 5 Freeway in the Castaic area, authorities said.
The Lake Fire reportedly had grown to 17,405 acres and was 30 percent contained as of 6 a.m. Tuesday.
A fire that destroyed a Santa Clarita home also ignited some nearby brush Monday, according to officials.
Malibu Canyon Road was closed in the city of Malibu Monday due to a brush fire due to a car over the side, authorities said.
Crews responded Monday morning to a 10-acre brush fire moving uphill toward West Covina homes.
Los Angeles Fire Department personnel were called to the residence, located in the 1800 block of West 75th Street, around 1 p.m.
As firefighters knocked down dozens of small brush fires from north to south, a fleet of helicopters took on what was by far the largest of the wildfires, in the San Bernardino Mountains.
The fire burning east of Camp de Benneville Pines and south of Jenks Lake Road prompted help from more than 500 firefighters deployed to the area, along with several aircraft.
An vacant building that was under construction went up in flames Friday in North Hollywood.
Fire crews quickly gained the upper hand on a small brush fire Thursday afternoon near Glendale Community College, authorities said.