One person has died and two people are unaccounted for after a wildfire spread through Calimesa.
Strong winds sparked multiple fires in Riverside and San Bernardino counties on Thursday afternoon.
Containment is inching up on a smoky Los Angeles wildfire that damaged or destroyed more than 30 structures, as crews take advantage of calmer winds and cooler temperatures.
A service dog was rescued at the last minute on Thursday afternoon during a wind-driven wildfire sparked by burning trash that swept through a Southern California mobile home park.
Northern California fire officials say a man dependent on oxygen died about 12 minutes after Pacific Gas and Electric shut down power to the area as part of a massive effort to prevent fire.
The wildfire first erupted around 9 p.m. Thursday in the Sylmar area of Los Angeles County as powerful Santa Ana winds swept across Southern California.
One fatality was confirmed Friday morning related to a rapidly growing fire that has torn a path of destruction across the northern San Fernando Valley.
More than 1.5 million people in Northern California were in the dark Thursday, most for a second day, after the state’s biggest utility shut off electricity to many areas to prevent its equipment from sparking wildfires as strong winds sweep through.
The Merrill Fire, burning in the hills of Moraga, has burned up to 70 acres early Thursday morning has forced evacuations of at least one neighborhood, according to police and fire officials.
Smoke from a fire that has burned about 5,000 bales of hay in southern Arizona will linger for at least a day.
166 acres have burned and drivers are being asked to avoid areas such as Lower Wolf Creek.
Due to our wet weather and lower temperatures in the high country and here in the Valley, AZ State Forestry has lifted restrictions. FOX 10's Carmen Blackwell reports.
Officials say the fire near the area of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon was started by lightning and has become more active recently due to high winds. Cews are trying to stop it from growing northward as winds pick up again this weekend.
The Tonto National Forest has lifted restrictions on building campfires, smoking and target shooting.
Evacuations near Prescott due to the Johnson Fire have been lifted.
An 8-week-old wildfire that for weeks had minimal growth and smoke is now more active in and near the Grand Canyon due to strong gusty winds and below-normal moisture.
A U.S. judge has halted tree-cutting activities across thousands of square miles of the Southwest until federal agencies can get a better handle on how to monitor the population of a threatened owl.
The U.S. Forest Service is seeking proposals to remove dense stands of trees in a wide swath of Arizona to help prevent wildfires.
An excavator used to clear out parts of a northern Arizona forest to help prevent wildfires struck a rock, likely sparking a blaze that forced the evacuation of two dozen homes this summer, authorities said Thursday.
Even before the fire was out, people who live in Flagstaff knew they faced another danger. Not necessarily from the Museum Fire itself, but from the devastating flooding that could result from the combination of our monsoon and a watershed badly charred.