Smoke from the wildfires burning across Southern California continued contributing to unhealthy air quality in the San Fernando Valley Friday, along with coastal areas and surrounding portions of Los Angeles...
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The Thomas Fire in Ventura County had grown to 173,00 acres as of the morning of Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017.
Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang Friday urged homeowners and owners of other property damaged or destroyed by the wildfires to seek tax relief.
All evacuation orders connected to the Creek Fire were lifted Friday as containment for the blaze burning in the hills above Sylmar grew to 70 percent.
The cultural center has reopened following the nearby Skirball Fire; now, it is ready to honor Hanukkah with stories, dance, and gelt.
As diminishing winds and higher humidity levels assisted crews in slowing the Lilac Fire's growth Friday, authorities reduced mandatory evacuation orders to warnings in several areas.
About 150 homes were evacuated after a hillside went up in flames in Monrovia. Rick Montanez reports for the NBC4 News at 11 on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017.
The 5-day-old Rye Fire in Santa Clarita was 50 percent contained Friday, but firefighters are bracing for a week-long battle, with Cal Fire predicting full containment by next Friday.
The Thomas Fire grew to 143,000 acres on Friday in steep terrain of Ventura County as firefighters worked to contain the 16th largest fire in state history.
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