Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday declared a state of emergency for Riverside and Orange counties as the Holy Fire has burned 10,236 acres of the Cleveland National Forest and was only 5 percent contained.
The Cranston fire started Wednesday July 25, 2018 in the San Jacinto Mountains of Riverside County. By Saturday morning morning, it had burned thousands of acres and several homes.
Road closures remained in effect Tuesday near the San Gabriel Complex fire, which began Monday in the hills above Duarte and Azusa.
Firefighters made good progress on the 2,190-acre brush fire in a San Bernardino County community Friday.
Work crews were expected to install K-rails and fencing on a nearly 4-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway as a precaution against landslides from hillsides denuded by the Springs Fire, Caltrans officials said...