Angeles National Forest officials began evacuating nearby residents on Monday as the parks fire grew by an additional 500 acres. Additional firefighters and equipment have been requested as local officials continue to defend the area against an increasingly vicious fire. The fire broke out near a camping area on Sunday afternoon and has already engulfed [...]Show More Summary
Firefighters were trying to gain headway on a wildfire raging out of control in the Angeles National Forest before expected gusty winds begin to blow Monday afternoon.
A wildfire in Southern California's Angeles National Forest that curt short weekend holiday plans for hikers and campers grew to 4,000 acres on Monday. The fire, which broke out near a campground Sunday afternoon, was about 5 percent contained by Sunday morning, U.S. Forest Serv …
Fire crews were battling a 4,000-acre brush fire Monday morning in rugged terrain in the Angeles National Forest as the blaze forced officials to shut down the popular San Gabriel Canyon to Labor Day visitors.
A brush fire in the Angeles National Forest continued to rage out of control Monday morning as firefighters battled to stop the forward progress of the blaze that created a huge plume of smoke that was visible for miles.
A Southern California brushfire that was only 5 percent contained grew to 3,600 acres late Sunday, authorities said, forcing thousands of weekend campers to cut short their visits to the popular Angeles National Forest. The blaze, which broke out near a campground Sunday afterno …
A wild fire in the Angeles National Forest had scorched more than 3,600 acres by late Sunday and forced the evacuation of campgrounds known to draw up to 12,000 visitors on Labor Day weekend.
A wildfire that broke out in the Angeles National Forest on Sunday forced the evacuation of thousands of visitors and sent a huge cloud of smoke that could be seen from throughout the Los Angeles basin.
A forest fire that continues to burn in the San Gabriel Mountains north of Azusa forced the evacuation of several campgrounds and other facilities that typically attract up 12,000 visitors on Labor Day weekend, a U.S. Forest Service spokesman said.
A fire in the Angeles National Forest north of Glendora is now at 1,000 acres, and officials said they were battling it from the air and on the ground.
A fire in the Angeles National Forest north of Glendora has spread to 700 acres since it began about 2:15 p.m. along East Fork Road, according to a spokesman for the U.S. Forest Service.
Firefighters are battling a 400-acre blaze in the Angeles National Forest that broke out Sunday afternoon, forcing the evacuation of a mobile home park.
If mountains had rivalries, one of the most heated would be between two summits in the Angeles National Forest: San Gabriel Peak and Mt. Disappointment. The rivalry goes back much farther than that of USC and UCLA, the Dodgers and Giants or the Lakers and Celtics. [ more › ]
The Glendale bear, known to many as Glen Bearian or Meatball, will have a new home in Colorado by early next week, miles away from his original residence in the Angeles National Forest.
A movie producer was found dead in the Angeles National Forest after his car plunged off a mountain road. Family members identified the man as producer Brian Gerber, who worked with Leonardo DiCaprio on the environmental film, "11th Hour." Gerber,...
The bear, also known as Meatball, embarked on yet another venture from the Angeles National Forest to the backyard pool of a La Crescenta resident Tuesday. State Fish and Game Captain Mike Stefanak told the L.A. Times a homeowner spotted...Show More Summary
The popular bear known to residents as “Glen Bearian” and “Meatball” returned to the Briggs Terrace area of La Crescenta on Tuesday, marking at least the second time it has made the miles-long voyage from Angeles National Forest. Lt. Angela...
Deep in the Angeles National Forest, high above the San Gabriel River's east fork, a stone arch bridge stands sentinel, the only sign of civilization or human presence to be seen. Seeing a picture of the Bridge to Nowhere, one might assume it is located somewhere in a remote South American jungle. Yet this architectural oddity is right here in Southern California. [ more › ]
A wildfire that broke out near Gorman in the Angeles National Forest was 90% contained on Sunday, public safety officials said. The fire broke out shortly after 11:30 a.m. Saturday morning and burned 156 acres, said Art Marrujo, dispatch supervisor...
A 150-acre wildfire in the rural northern of Los Angeles County was burning Saturday afternoon, but no structures were threatened.