As of Sunday morning, firefighters say the blaze has been fully contained.
With some help from cooler temperatures, firefighters are making progress on both blazes.
A grass fire that has burned 2,500 acres in Alameda County east of Livermore was 70 percent contained as of Friday morning, according to Cal Fire.
A fast-moving grass fire burning east of Livermore has quickly grown to 2,500 acres Wednesday evening, according to Cal Fire, and firefighters have it 5 percent contained.
San Rafael police and fire officials say a two-alarm brush fire near Northgate Mall that threatened an office building Friday evening is considered suspicious.
A two-alarm brush fire burned between 3 and 5 acres near Kelley Park in San Jose Friday afternoon.
Gunfire at a Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Department gun range started an 11-acre fire near Clayton Thursday.
A firefighter received a minor injury battling a four-alarm grass fire in Moraga Thursday afternoon, according to officials with the Moraga-Orinda Fire Protection District.
National Guard Sending Helicopter Fleet To Aid Firefighters Battling 14 Northern California Wildfires
The California National Guard is sending in a fleet of helicopters to back up firefighters battling flames raging across the northern half of the state.
Authorities say they suspect a man of starting a grassland fire near Sacramento that forced people from their homes and destroyed power lines.