LOS ANGELES -- Authorities evacuated hikers and called in additional personnel to fight a 1,600-acre blaze that threatened a portion of the Sequoia National Forest, the U.S. Forest Service said Monday.
Los Angeles County firefighters were battling a wind-driven brush fire that threatened homes Wednesday afternoon in the northeast Antelope Valley. The blaze, which was fanned by 15 mph winds, had scorched about 15 acres of brush nea... Read Post
More than 400 firefighters are battling a blaze in the Sequoia National Forest that swelled to more than 1,600 acres by Monday morning, and officials said more resources are expected to arrive throughout the day. Read Post