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Scorched trees in La Tuna Canyon will be decorated with ribbons of gold

It’s a new art installation from the anonymous Griffith Park teahouse artists The anonymous artists who created the ephemeral and mysterious Griffith Park teahouse have a new public installation in the works in the area where the LaShow More Summary

The Artists Behind The Griffith Park Teahouse Have A New Installation In Fire-Charred La Tuna Canyon

Trees burned in the La Tuna Canyon fire will be revived with streaks of shimmering gold. [ more › ]

Chance of thundershowers in some burn areas, including La Tuna Canyon, forecasters say

Thunderstorms could cause flash flooding across California on Sunday, including in recent burn areas in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch, saying more than an inch of rain per hour could fall during downpours starting...

Man who refused to leave home during La Tuna fire said he did not threaten firefighters

Flames came down around Dave Ferrera's La Tuna Canyon home Sunday as he scrambled around his property to douse the small fires igniting everywhere.

Biggest maybe, but not close to the worst LA brush fire

This weekend's fire in Los Angeles isn't even the worst La Tuna Canyon fire in recent times.

Local Emergency Declared As La Tuna Canyon Fire Continues To Burn

High temperatures and erratic winds are making it difficult to contain the fire. [ more › ]

Los Angeles Fire: Hundreds Ordered to Evacuate as La Tuna Fire Engulfs 2,000 Acres

3 months agoNews : Newsweek: US

Fanned by strong and erratic winds, what started as a small fire spread to encompass 2,000 acres in the La Tuna Canyon Park area of the Verdugo Mountains.

PETA Offers Urgent Information for Safeguarding Animals During La Tuna Canyon Wildfire

Because the La Tuna Canyon wildfire continues to burn in the area and evacuations have been ordered, PETA is offering important advice for ensuring the safety of animal companions... The post PETA Offers Urgent Information for Safeguarding Animals During La Tuna Canyon Wildfire appeared first on PETA.

Hiking La Tuna Canyon Trail

11 months agoFitness / Hiking : SoCal Hiker

La Tuna Canyon Trail is a little gem on the northwest side of the Verdugo Mountains. The trailhead is officially in Sunland, and easy to reach from both the 210 and 5 freeways on – what else – La Tuna Canyon Road. The Verdugo Mountains are easily accessible and provide great 360-degree views of LA and the […] The post Hiking La Tuna Canyon Trail appeared first on SoCal Hiker.

Two men killed in three-car crash in Shadow Hills

Two men died and four other people were in critical condition after a three-car crash Friday afternoon in Shadow Hills. The crash was reported at 3:18 p.m. in the 9200 block of West La Tuna Canyon Road. Two men were pronounced dead at the scene, according to a Los Angeles Fire Department statement....

Hiking La Tuna Canyon

2 years agoFitness / Hiking : Modern Hiker

If you’re looking for a trail with a bit of that “off the beaten path” feel but still wouldn’t mind keeping an eye on civilization from its vista points, the La Tuna Canyon Trail is a good bet. This meandering 4.3 mile trail provides some decent elevation gain in sections and a surprising variety of…

La Tuna Canyon fire road leads to views of city, peaks, even the ocean

3 years agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

This popular route north of Burbank, more of a hike than a walk, is a steady climb into the Verdugo Mountains, punctuated by shortcuts up steep inclines. There's very little shade here, so climb early in the day or on a cool day, and take plenty of water. Also, bring sturdy shoes with good...

210 Freeway closed in both directions

The 210 Freeway was closed in both directions Friday afternoon because of a serious accident. The crash, which involved a big rig truck, occurred on the eastbound 210 Freeway at La Tuna Canyon Road. At least one person was seriously...

Firefighters Find Burned Body After Putting Out Brush Fire

The burned body of a man was found by firefighters at the scene of brush fire in Sun Valley this morning. Firefighters with the Los Angeles Fire Department responded to the blaze at 8300 West La Tuna Canyon Road shortly before 3 a.m. Thursday. [ more › ]

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