Madison Fire

A U.S. Forest Service firefighter covers his face against the heat of advancing flames at the Williams fire in the Angeles National Forest on September 4, 2012 north of Glendora, California. The fire began late September 2, putting an early end to Labor Day weekend camping and hiking for vacationers, who were evacuated from the area as it spread to more than 4,000 acres in size. Officials project that it will take at least another week to establish a containment line around the fire which is burning in rugged and difficult to reach backcountry. (credit: David McNew/Getty Images)

Fire Department Says Fire Season Has Officially Started

As firefighters come close to full containment of a brush fire in Monrovia, the fire department says that a potentially hazardous fire season has officially begun.

04/22/2013

(credit: Matt Hartman of Shorealone Films)

125-Acre Madison Fire In Monrovia 85 Percent Contained

A brush fire that charred about 125 acres and forced the evacuation of 200 homes in Monrovia is 85 percent contained.

04/21/2013

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