Firefighters Friday morning knocked down a blaze in a three-story structure in Los Feliz.
A group of third-graders in West Hills Tuesday honored war veterans, law enforcement and firefighters for their heroic service and sacrifice.
The mother of one of the Southern California Hot Shot firefighters killed in the Arizona wildfires over the summer is filing a $36 million lawsuit against the authorities who were in charge of the operation.
Firefighters had to use a helicopter Saturday to rescue a hiker who was stranded inside an abandoned water tank in Topanga State Park.
Authorities Saturday were investigating the cause of a fire that heavily damaged one unit of a Brentwood residential high-rise and left ten people injured, including a toddler.
Firefighters are accustomed to saving lives. But usually there is a fire involved.
A one-story business partially collapsed Wednesday during a huge fire in the Mid-City area.
Some 260 residents and hospital patients remained evacuated at Camp Pendleton on Sunday, as crews worked to contain a wildfire fueled by strong winds.
Southern California braced for yet another day of hot and dry conditions amid a weekend plagued by extreme fire danger.
Firefighters quickly got a handle on a brush fire that scorched a quarter-acre of grass on the eastbound Ventura (134) Freeway in Eagle Rock.
Not a day goes by that Colleen Turbyfill doesn’t think of her son, his death as real and raw now as it was three months ago when the former Marine and 18 of his colleagues died battling a lightning-sparked wildfire in Arizona.
A brush fire broke out Tuesday afternoon above Azusa at the bottom of San Gabriel Canyon.
California is heading into the peak of fire season, however much of this year’s federal money to battle wildfires has already been spent.
The Sharp Fire near Wrightwood in the San Gabriel Mountains has burned 60 acres and forced mandatory evacuations of 75 homes.
The Mountain Fire is 98 percent contained, according to authorities.