The Los Angeles County Fire Department is responding to a car fire on the northbound 14 Freeway at Newhall Avenue.
Squad 73 with the LACoFD reported it is a vehicle fire with a 50′ x 50′ spot in the brush area burning.
The fire spread from the car to some nearby brush around 3:30 p.m.
[KHTS] – Firefighters battling the Warm Fire in Castaic are reporting the fire has remained at 300 acres and is now 100 percent contained, according to Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials.
Angeles National Forest firefighters, along with several other agencies, battled the Warm Fire...
The Warm Fire in Castaic scorched over 300 acres, destroyed six structures and is still not fully contained as of Monday afternoon.
Caltrans is planning to close parts of Highway 14 from the Newhall Pass to Sand Canyon starting Monday.
A pedestrian struck by a Metrolink Train Monday morning shut down...
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Update: A house fire-turned-brush fire is fully contained, according to Los Angeles County Fire officials.
The Ridge Fire began as a house fire near southbound Interstate 5 and spread to brush near Lake Hughes Road in Castaic.
The fire burned about three acres total...
[KHTS] – Los Angeles County Fire officials responded to a brush fire at a Castaic Lake campground Friday afternoon.
SCVi Charter School students were at the scene working on a science project when the fire started, said Amber Raskin, SCVi Charter School and iLead Schools founder.
[KHTS] – A Santa Clarita Valley family whose home was destroyed in a fire Friday afternoon in Canyon Country is thanking the firefighters and community for their support, but are still in need of a helping hand.
“On my behalf, I just want to show so much appreciation for my neighbors and I am...
[KHTS] – A vegetation fire broke out in the Angeles Forest Saturday after children who were playing nearby reportedly lit a fire in a tree stump, fire officials said.
The fire was reported at 3:30 p.m. at the 32000 block of San Francisquito Canyon Road near Dry Gulch Road and covered a 20- by...
[KHTS] – Los Angeles County Fire Department officials confirmed Wednesday a red flag fire warning is still in effect throughout Los Angeles County.
The red flag warning is based on a variety of criteria ranging from temperature to humidity and wind, with the main factors being a humidity level...
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