Crews were getting closer to full containment of the La Tuna Fire on Wednesday after gaining momentum on the blaze the day before.
There were no visible flames in the Verdugo Mountains, and firefighters continued to concentrate their efforts on putting out embers and digging fire lines around the 7,000 acres of brush that burned over...
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday declared a state of emergency as flames from the La Tuna Fire continued to burn in Los Angeles County.
Air quality regulators warned Saturday that smoke from the La Tuna Fire has caused poor air quality that will affect everyone in the general fire area.
Hundreds of people were asked to evacuate as the La Tuna Fire scorched thousands of acres in the Sun Valley. Below, a full list of evacuations issued in the area of the fire.
Hundreds of homes have been evacuated and an 11-mile stretch of the 210 Freeway remain shut down Saturday as the La Tuna Fire scorched 5,800 acres and three structures in the Sun Valley area.