Man Found Dead In Rancho Park Community House FireFirefighters found a man dead inside a single-story home at 10544 W. Louisiana Ave., in the Rancho Park community of Los Angeles, where they're battling a fire, said Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Crews Make Progress On North Fire Which Threatened Homes In Castaic; Mandatory Evacuations LiftedFirefighters faced hot temperatures Thursday as they continued to make strong progress against a large blaze that erupted in the Castaic area Wednesday afternoon and briefly forced hundreds of people to flee their homes.
Large Fire Tears Through Westlake District Home, Threatens Apartment BuildingFirefighters were able to prevent the blaze from spreading to the four-story apartment building.
Vehicle Fire Spreads To Grass And Homeless Encampments in LancasterA vehicle fire Saturday afternoon spread to grass and homeless encampments in Lancaster and took firefighters about an hour to put out.
Two Firefighters Injured While Battling Apartment Complex In AzusaTwo firefighters sustained injuries today while battling a fire at a two-story apartment complex in Azusa.
Body Found In Trash Container On Fire In North HollywoodA body was found Wednesday in a large trash container that was on fire in North Hollywood.
Firefighter Injured While Battling Encino Apartment FireA fire broke out Tuesday evening at an apartment building in Encino, injuring a firefighter and forcing some people inside to evacuate.
Fire Danger, Santa Ana Winds Expected WednesdayIncreased fire danger is expected as Santa Ana winds return to the Southland Wednesday, continuing into Thursday. 
Child Pulled From Burning Pomona ApartmentA child was rescued from a burning apartment unit by firefighters. 
Brush Fire Briefly Blocks Some Lanes Of 405 Freeway in Culver CityA brush fire burning caused officers to issue a SigAlert for three briefly blocked freeway lanes. 
Fire Breaks Out In Brea LandfillA 100-foot-by-200-foot spot fire broke out Monday evening in the Olinda Alpha Landfill in Brea and burned for about 90 minutes before being extinguished by firefighters.