A vigil was held Tuesday for five young Southern California men who were killed in a wildfire in Arizona.
A fully-restored classic car will be auctioned Friday in Anaheim with proceeds going towards a memorial in honor of the 19 Arizona firefighters killed during the Yarnell Hill blaze.
Wildland Firefighter and Seal Beach native Kevin Woyjeck was laid to rest Tuesday morning in Orange County.
Thousands gathered at an outdoor amphitheater on Saturday evening to honor one of nineteen elite firefighters killed in a fast-moving wildfire in Ariz. last month.
Hundreds of Los Angeles County Fire Department members early Tuesday morning were headed to Prescott, Ariz. for the memorial service honoring the 19 crew members who died in the Yarnell Hill Fire.
The Hemet Firefighters Association Tuesday voted to give community funds to the families of two firefighters killed battling a wildfire in Arizona.
The flag outside the U.S. Forest Service headquarters remained at half-staff to honor the 19 firefighters killed while battling an Arizona wildfire Sunday.
Friends and family are mourning the loss of two Hemet High School graduates killed Sunday while battling a wildfire in Arizona.
The city of Prescott has released the names of the 19 firefighters who were killed in a wildfire. Fourteen of the victims were in their 20s.
Four of 19 firefighters killed Sunday in a Arizona wildfire were originally from Southern California, CBS2 confirmed Monday.
Kevin Woyjeck, son of Los Angeles County Fire Captain Joe Woyjeck, was killed Sunday in the fast-moving Yarnell Fire in central Arizona, the Prescott Fire Department said.