Mandatory evacuation orders were lifted Friday afternoon for residents in the Camarillo Springs burn area in Ventura County.
Just a week after rain and mud threatened homes in San Jacinto, residents in an apartment complex have been ordered to evacuate Thursday as a powerful Pacific storm approaches.
Three men were arrested Thursday in connection with a 1,700-acre brush fire in Glendora that destroyed at least two homes and prompted the mandatory evacuation of nearly 2,000 residents, according to Glendora police.
A fire that broke out Monday afternoon near highways 74 and 243 has burned an estimated 1,000 acres and is 5 percent contained, according to the Riverside County Fire Department.
A brush fire that charred about 125 acres and forced the evacuation of 200 homes in Monrovia is 85 percent contained.
Firefighters have contained 50 percent of a brush fire that has destroyed 175 acres in Monrovia. Many residents who were evacuated earlier in the day have been allowed to return home.