At least five wildfires have been blazing in Southern California over the past week, engulfing tens of thousands of acres and more than 150 homes.
On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reported that the Los Angeles Police Department advised drivers not to consult navigation apps, which it said were instructing users to drive towards streets in areas that are on fire because they are less crowded at the moment.
As firefighters continue their push against the wildfires engulfing southern California, volunteers across the region
Southern California residents face growing uncertainty as several fast-moving wildfires continue to engulf tens of thousands of acres while destroying dozens of homes in its path. Flames consumed the hills surrounding Interstate 405...
A wildfire in southern California forced thousands of people out of their homes overnight and scorched at least 45,000 acres. Whipped by high Santa Ana winds and feeding on dry vegetation, the fast-spreading Thomas Fire prompted man...
Several large wildfires have forced hundreds of thousands from their homes in Southern California and persistent Santa Ana winds will challenge firefighters looking to contain the blazes.