A southern California wildfire that has burned hundreds of thousands of acres outside Los Angeles over the last three weeks is the largest in the state's history, fire officials said Friday.
By Michael D. Regan
In our news wrap Tuesday, the Thomas fire, with flames hundreds of feet high, became the fifth largest fire in California's history, spreading from Ventura County to the coastal ridges near Santa Barbara. Also, federal terrorism charges were filed against…
By PBS NewsHour
Authorities on Friday announced the first death related to the most recent wildfires that are ripping through Southern California. More than 200,000 people have been evacuated and thousands of firefighters continue to battle at least six blazes fed by high…
Tens of thousands of homeless in Southern California are struggling to escape smoke as wildfires tear through the region.
By John Upton, Climate Central, Kate Wheeling, Pacific Standard
By Rashmi Shivni
Massive wildfires that burned across Southern California on Wednesday have destroyed hundreds of homes, closed schools and set off mass evacuations.
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