A wildfire scorching its way through brush and timber from the mountains to the desert northeast of Los Angeles threatened more than 1,000 homes on Tuesday.
The governor of California has requested assistance from Australia and Canada to fight the nearly 560 blazes ravaging across the US state.
As many as two million Californians were plunged into darkness over the course of about four hours late on Friday in the first rolling outages to hit the state since the 2001 energy crisis.
A fast-moving brush fire north of Los Angeles prompted mandatory evacuation orders for some 500 homes on Wednesday.
Two people were left dead and at least four people were in fair condition at a hospital Saturday after a man drove into a Walmart distribution center in California and started shooting at people.
A patient in California, Orange County was Saturday confirmed as the third person on US soil infected with the new deadly virus that originated in China, health officials said.
More than 25 million people in California are under red flag warnings as firefighters continue to battle blazes throughout the state.
Iranian short ‘Reverence’ directed by Sogol Rezvani will be screened at Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which will be held in Santa Barbara, California, from Jan. 30 to Feb. 9. Making its debut at the international level, Reverence will vie for awards in a heated rivalry among some 100 films representing different countries across the […]
The total cost of fighting the fire had come to more than $110 million by Saturday evening, as flames blazing over steep hills lit up the night skies. The 13 days of shifting winds and evacuations have taken their toll on a weary population. Paul Pineda, who lives in Fillmore, about 55 miles (90 km) […]