On Sunday, the fire stood at 97,099 acres and was 87 percent contained, said fire spokesman Jim Mackensen. About 4,800 firefighters and support personnel remain on the job, down from more than 8,000 at the fire’s peak. Read More
The most recent blaze was reported at 12:10 a.m. Monday in the 14400 block of Mojave Lane near Seneca Road. Hausman said the structure had “burned multiple times, most recently last week” and was fully involved when firefighters arrived. –Read More
A brush fire that broke out Monday afternoon just north of the city of Ventura is about 35% contained and is under control at less than 50 acres, fire officials said.
Firefighters will be remain on scene overnight and into Tuesday to prevent any flare-ups, authorities said. No structures have been damaged, and there have been no injuries. –Read More
City firefighters battled a second structure fire in as many days Thursday afternoon. –Read More
An early morning fire at an Oceanside a motor repair shop sent a firefighter to a hospital and caused about $1 million in damage to that business, a neighboring one and an attached apartment.
Fire crews were dispatched shortly after 2:30 a.m. to 1119 S. Cleveland St as reports of flames were coming from the commercial business and its owner’s upstairs residence, Battalion Chief Felipe Rodriguez said. –read More
Crews battling a huge northern California wildfire threatening thousands of homes braced for hotter temperatures and erratic winds Monday after cooler, wet weather helped them make progress over the weekend. –Read More
Officials announced Wednesday that a fire at a Port of Los Angeles dock in Wilmington had been knocked down and air quality in the area was improving two days after the blaze broke out and sent massive plumes of smoke into the air. –Read More