Residents Return As Firefighters Gain Upper Hand On Calabasas WildfireAt this time, the blaze burning near the prosperous and semi-rural neighborhoods remains at 81 percent containment.
Only On 2: Video Shows Wildfire Interrupting Couple's Wedding ReceptionThe wedding was held at the Inn of the Seventh Ray in Topanga.
Homes Spared As 516-Acre Old Fire In Calabasas Shows Signs Of Slowing DownMore than 400 firefighters battled the blaze from ground and air.
After The Fire, Relief And Gratitude In CalabasasA day after the Old Fire burned more than 500 acres, homeowners are breathing easier and thanking firefighters.
Calabasas Camp Building Destroyed By FireA building that was to be used for a summer camp was destroyed by the Old Fire, which burned over 500 acres in the Calabasas area.
Grass Valley Woman Gets Reward For Tip That Led To 'Old Fire' ArsonistA Grass Valley woman has received a reward for tipping off authorities to her great-nephew who was later convicted of starting a 2003 wildfire in the Inland Empire.
Jury Recommends Death For 'Old Fire' Arsonist Convicted Of 5 Murders A jury recommended death on Friday for an arsonist convicted of murdering five men who died of heart attacks during a wildfire that ripped through Southern California nearly a decade ago.
Old Fire Arsonist Convicted Of 5 MurdersA jury Wednesday convicted a man of murdering five people who had fatal heart attacks after he deliberately started a deadly wildfire.
Trial Begins For 2003 Old Fire Arson SuspectTrial finally begins Monday for the man accused of starting the 2003 Old Fire in San Bernardino County.
Accused Arsonist In 2003 Old Fire Sentenced In Jailhouse Sodomy CaseThe man accused of setting the 2003 Old Fire, which caused $170 million in property losses and killed five people, was sentenced this week to three life sentences in a jailhouse sodomy case, according to reports.

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