Unusual: Bobcat's Den With 3 Kittens Found Inside Oak Tree In Woolsey Fire Burn AreaNational Park Service biologists say they found a bobcat, dubbed B-370, living in the cavity of a large oak tree on April 15. B-370 is believed to have taken shelter in the tree with her three kittens because so much of the area had been destroyed by the 2018 Woolsey Fire.
Malibu Gets FEMA Grant For Emergency Siren System As Part Of Wildfire PreparednessThe city of Malibu will receiving federal funding to develop a proposed outdoor emergency siren system aimed at improving preparedness and response to wildfires and other disasters, officials announced Monday.
Paramount Ranch Cleanup, Restoration Gets Underway MondaySeveral Western Town sets which had been used in TV and movie productions were destroyed in the 97,000-acre Woolsey Fire.
Debris Cleanup Efforts Begin In Woolsey Fire Burn AreaThe 97,000-acre Woolsey Fire destroyed more than 1,500 structures back in November 2018.
Calif. Bans Insurance Companies Dropping Customers In Wildfire-Prone AreasThe moratorium covers about 800,000 homeowners who live either inside or next to the perimeter of one of 16 wildfires that burned across the state in October.
Report Calls On LADWP To Mitigate Wildfire Risk, Address Maintenance BacklogThe report found that LADWP has more than 1,000 outstanding maintenance orders in wildfire-threat areas.
Cleanup Effort Set To Begin One Year After Woolsey FireOne year after the Woolsey Fire damaged 112 miles of trails and 88 percent of federal park land in the Santa Monica Mountains, a second phase of the recovery effort that began immediately after the fire is poised to begin.
Southern California Edison To Pay $360M Settlement For Thomas, Woolsey FiresSouthern California Edison has agreed to repay taxpayers for firefighting and damage caused by the Thomas Fire in 2017 and the Woolsey Fire last year.
'60 Years, Gone:' As Woolsey Fire Survivors Struggle To Rebuild One Year Later, A Treatment Center Offers HopeThis week marks one year since the fire scorched nearly 100,000 acres.
New Report Finds Woolsey Fire Overwhelmed Local AgenciesA new LA County report finds that local agencies were overwhelmed by last year's Woolsey Fire and that communication with the public needs to be improved.
Report: 'Perfect Storm' Fueled Historic Woolsey Fire, 'Overwhelmed' AgenciesThe Woolsey Fire raced through Ventura and L.A. counties last November, scorching 96,949 acres, destroying 1,643 structures and killing three people.
Malibu Hiker Died Of Heatstroke After Wandering Into Backcountry Area Closed By Woolsey FireSeveral members of the victim’s hiking group were rescued after getting trapped on four different cliff sides. They ran out of water and were suffering from heat exhaustion.
Topanga Canyon To Be Shut Down During Tuesday Evening Rush HourIn the wake of the Woolsey Fire, Topanga Canyon Boulevard was been forced to close several times this past winter and spring due to a series of storms that caused rock and mudslides which eroded the roadway’s foundation.
Redacted Text Messages Between Mayor, Fire Chief Raising ConcernsA number of text message exchanges between Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and firefighters during the Woolsey fire last year were recently released to the Los Angeles Times, but it's what wasn't included that's raising concerns.
Backbone Hiking Trail Now Completely Open 8 Months After Woolsey FireThe National Park Service says all 67 miles of the Santa Monica Mountains' Backbone Trail are now open after parts of it were closed due to last year's Woolsey Fire.