Ahead Of Storm, LA Residents In Burn Areas Meet To Prep For Possible Montecito-Like ConditionsThe oncoming storm is expected to drop from a third to half an inch of water per hour, said Los Angeles Fire Deputy Chief Trevor Richmond.
As Creek Fire Reaches 95 Percent Containment, Residents Taking Destruction 'All In Stride'Some homes were left standing amid the ash and rubble in the Sylmar neighborhood of Santiago Estates. "My family's OK. If it's gonna burn, it's gonna burn," said one man whose house didn't make it.
Instead Of Water, Military Drones Helping Fight Fire With DataA partnership between the California Air National Guard and the state's fire protection agency is helping firefighters on the ground with support from high overhead.
LA City Attorney, DA Warn Of Illegal Price-Gouging In Wake Of SoCal WildfiresBoth the L.A. city and district attorneys are warning the public to look out for illegal price-gouging in the wake of the state's wildfires.
With Over 250 Schools Closed Due To Fires, LAUSD Keeping Kids Fed At 3 LocationsOver 250 LAUSD schools have been closed due to multiple fires this week. For those students who depend on the food they get at school, the district has set up three locations.
As Residents Return From Mandatory Fire Evacuations, Man Who Refused To Leave Remains ThankfulFor three days, Bob Booher and his friends protected his house from the Creek Fire.
SoCal Fires Scorch An Area The Size Of AtlantaAs firefighters head into the third night of battling multiple wildfires across the state, they're bracing for worse conditions in the days ahead.