Blazes raging in forests and woodlands across California have taken the life of a firefighter and forced hundreds of people to flee their homes as an army of firefighters continue to battle them from the air and the ground.
A firefighter battling the North Fire, a raging inferno that burned through Interstate 15 before moving to Baldy Mesa, is recovering after sustaining second-degree burns in the firefight.
A former Los Angeles firefighter who was sentenced to 180 days in jail for assaulting a woman who fed stray cats in his neighborhood apologized to his victim in court Tuesday, saying his actions do not reflect the person he is.
David Battle of San Bernardino was arrested Saturday near the 49-square-mile blaze in the San Bernardino National Forest. The fire is 60 percent contained Tuesday.
The collision occurred in the 10300 block of North Balboa Boulevard shortly after 3:20 p.m., according to a LAFD spokesperson.
A Los Angeles City firefighter says he owes everything to a teenage boy who jumped into action and saved his son from a fast-moving fire.
More than 100 vehicles were on hand for firefighters to cut and tear apart with the Jaws of Life, hydraulic cutters, airbags, and other power tools, along with the latest technology, that will save lives all over the country.
According to court documents obtained by the Bakersfield Californian, police discovered thousands of text messages between Hearn and Sabrina Limon.
“Mom and dad very loveable, Christian family. There’s no way that he would have done anything like that,” said a shocked neighbor.
The Ventura County Coroner ruled Tuesday morning that an Arcadia firefighter’s death was accidental, caused by blunt force injury.
Michael Herdman was a husband, father and seven year veteran of the Arcadia Fire Department.
A search expanded Friday for an off-duty Arcadia firefighter and paramedic who went missing in the Ventura County mountains a week ago.
Search and rescue crews Wednesday believe they spotted the dog of an off-duty Arcadia firefighter and paramedic who went missing last week outside of Fillmore.
A search is underway for an off-duty Arcadia firefighter and paramedic who went missing last week while camping outside of Fillmore, officials said.
The despondent man was yelling and running between cars on busy Crown Valley Parkway.