Firefighter Reported Missing While Battling El Dorado Fire Found DeadThe firefighter had been reported missing on Thursday.
Santa Ana Winds Pose Threat To Firefighters Battling Pyrotechnic-Sparked El Dorado Blaze, Evacuations Still In PlaceIt was started by a smoke-generating pyrotechnic device at a gender reveal party.
Homes Destroyed, Evacuations Remain For El Dorado Fire Sparked By PyrotechnicsIt was started by a smoke-generating pyrotechnic device at a gender reveal party.
US Forest Service Temporarily Closes SoCal National Forests Over Fire DangerThe closures and restrictions went into effect at 5 p.m. Monday will be evaluated on a daily basis, forest officials said.
Forest Officials Warn Of Fire Dangers For Groups Camping During Labor Day WeekendMany family and friend groups set their sights on the outdoors this weekend, and that comes with some risks.
Illegal Campfires, High Temps Keeping Fire Crews On Edge Amid Wildfire ThreatsCrews in the San Bernardino National Forest have been working 24-hour shifts this weekend, working to put out flames before they turn into wildfires.
'Worst I've Ever Seen It Up Here': Stubborn Apple Fire In Riverside County Grows To 26K AcresThe northern and eastern edge of the fire is in steep, rugged terrain. Hot, dry and gusty conditions coupled with low humidity will continue to pose a challenge to firefighters.
Investigators Determine Target Shooting Ignited Mount R Brush Fire, Seek Person Of InterestInvestigators have determined the preliminary cause of the Mount R Fire was related to target shooting.
Evacuations Reduced To Voluntary As Crews Work To Contain Brush Fire Near Running SpringsThe fire broke out in the San Bernardino Mountains near Highway 330, which was shut down between Highland Avenue and Live Oak Drive.
WATCH: First Bald Eagle Egg Of 2020 Laid In San Bernardino National ForestThe female bald eagle named Jackie is expected to lay a second egg in about three days.
US Forest Ends 40-Year Count Of Bald Eagles In San Bernardino National ForestBald eagles, which are the national bird of the United States of America and appears on its seal, had been delisted under the Endangered Species Act in 2007, but San Bernardino National Forest officials continued counting them with help from citizen watchers.