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Woolsey And Hill Fires: Evacuations, Road Closures And School ClosuresHere are the latest evacuations and road closures due to the Woolsey and Hill fires burning in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
NYC, Arlington To Split Amazon’s Second HeadquartersLA was among the top 20 finalists for the coveted 50,000 new tech jobs.
Malibu, Calabasas Remain Under Mandatory Evacuation OrdersThe blaze, now burning in Malibu after erupting Thursday in the Ventura County city of Thousand Oaks, is 35 percent contained. It has scorched 96,314 acres and destroyed at least 435 structures, damaged 2 others and still threatens about 57,000.
Familiar White Crosses Mark Growing Memorial In Front Of Borderline Bar & GrillTwelve white, wooden crosses – now a familiar sight at the growing number of mass shooting memorials, all created by Illinois man Greg Zanis and driven across the country – bear the names of all the 12 killed by Marine Corps veteran Ian Long.
Hill Fire: Full Containment Expected This WeekWhile the exponentially larger Woolsey Fire rips through Thousand Oaks and Malibu, firefighters continue to make good progress on the Hill Fire in nearby Newbury Park.
3 Hospitalized Following Car Crash Near Convention CenterThe crash was reported shortly before 11 p.m. in the 1400 block of S. Wright St. near Venice Blvd. in downtown L.A.  
Woolsey Fire Grows To 93,000 Acres As Crews Battle Flames Fed By Santa Ana WindsSanta Ana winds picked up again Monday as firefighters battling the deadly Woolsey Fire in Los Angeles and Ventura counties worked to hold back the flames.
Woolsey And Hill Fires: How You Can HelpHere's how you can help the victims of the devastating Woolsey and Hill fires.
California's Camp Fire Deadliest In State HistoryThe Butte County sheriff's office has confirmed 13 more bodies have been discovered Monday, bringing the total death toll from the "Camp Fire" to 42.