Firefighters Start Mopping Up Sand Fire, Now 85 Percent ContainedFirefighters are making significant progress against a fire that scorched nearly 61 square miles in northern Los Angeles County.
Firefighters Stop Spread Of Sand Fire, Now 65 Percent ContainedOfficials say the huge blaze in northern Los Angeles County is now 65 percent surrounded.
Large Animals Get To Leave Sanctuary And Return Home As Sand Fire Dies DownThe charred hillside showed how dangerously close the fire got to the facility.
Higher Humidity Helps Firefighters Gain Ground On Sand FireRising humidity is helping firefighters get a handle on the deadly Sand Fire in the Santa Clarita area.
L.A. County Supervisors Considering Whether To Buy Superscooper Instead Of LeasingIt costs $37 million to buy a Superscooper and $24,000 a day to lease one.
Sand Fire Animal Evacuations Remain In ForceHundreds of animals and pets remain in a variety of shelters Tuesday while fire crews continued battling the massive Sand Fire in the Santa Clarita area.
Hot, Difficult Days Ahead For Firefighters Battling Sand FireThe cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Firefighters Brave Sweltering Heat, Lack Of Sleep While Battling Sand FireEven though their job is tough and strenuous, the firefighters said they all love what they do.
Man Died Trying To Rescue Dog From Raging Sand Fire, Neighbor SaysHomeowners returned to a Sand Canyon neighborhood Monday night, days after the raging Sand Fire tore through the area.
'Dog Whisperer' Comes To Rescue Of Animals Displaced By Sand FireCesar Millan, a well-known "dog whisperer," is coming to the rescue of animals displaced by the massive Sand Fire burning in northern Los Angeles County.
'Coming Home Was Pure Relief,' Says Sand Fire EvacueeA majority of evacuees were allowed to return home Monday night, days after a massive wildfire exploded in the Santa Clarita Valley and neighboring areas.