A wildfire that's burned more than 1,000 acres of the Inland Empire for almost a week is finally completely contained, state fire officials said Friday.
Fire officials on Sunday said an unattended cooking fire sparked the Chino blaze that has charred more than 1,000 acres and triggered a smoke advisory for areas in the Inland Empire.
Firefighters were making progress Sunday night on battling a raging brush fire that consumed more than 1,000 acres in Riverside County and sent heavy smoke into the sky, fire officials said.
Firefighters battled a three-alarm brush fire in Malibu that broke out Friday afternoon.
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Mandatory evacuations were lifted overnight in a San Bernardino County community after a brush fire that started as a controlled burn spiraled out of control.
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