State and local firefighters are on high alert as several grass fires have broken out during this stretch of hot weather.
A five-alarm blaze at a building that once housed the KNTV news station in downtown San Jose Sunday afternoon was brought under control, a fire dispatcher said.
Firefighters cleaned up a diesel fuel spill at the Ballena Isle Marina Wednesday but were unable to determine the source of the spill, a fire captain said.
Residents at a San Anselmo apartment complex were displaced from multiple units when a two-alarm blaze broke out Saturday afternoon
Firefighters cleared the scene of a building initially reported as the scene of a structure fire in West Oakland Thursday morning, a fire dispatcher said.
The fire was reported in a single-story building on California Street and Sonoma Boulevard at around 4:45 p.m., a Vallejo fire dispatcher said.
A converted home at a church went up in flames Friday morning in San Jose and firefighters were able to extinguish it before it spread to nearby houses, a fire captain said.
Fifteen people were displaced and one person was hospitalized for breathing problems due to a fire that destroyed a house in Richmond early Saturday morning.
A carpenter watched six-months worth of work go up in flames during Tuesday’s Mission Bay fire. The apartment complex under construction is now considered a total loss.
A Novato man’s dog – obtained from a rescue organization – is being credited with returning the favor by saving his life after he was overcome with carbon monoxide poisoning.