A brush fire that has burned approximately five acres in Pacifica is 10 percent contained Thursday evening, according to fire officials.
Firefighters allowed a small brush fire to consume roughly 20 acres of vegetation on Wednesday after responding to the same location near Bay Point for the third time in recent weeks, a fire official said Thursday.
Photos of the devastation depict eerie scenes as over 500 firefighters continue to battle the blaze just 5 percent contained as of Thursday afternoon.
A fast-moving wildfire in Napa and Solano counties has grown by 2,000 acres overnight and now has scorched over 9 square miles of countryside near Lake Berryessa.
A fast-moving wildfire near Lake Berryessa has scorched at least 6,000 acres as of late Wednesday night, prompting the evacuations of nearly 200 homes.
A grass fire has blocked the right lane of eastbound Interstate Highway 80 at the interchange of northbound Interstate Highway 505 Wednesday afternoon, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A deer’s desperate attempt to escape as it was surrounded by the flames of a brush fire in the Sunol area Monday.
Crews in Alameda County were battling a three-alarm grass fire near Highway 680 in Sunol, according to CalFire.
A wildfire that swept across a busy Southern California freeway, sending people running for their lives, was calmed by rain Saturday, allowing some crews to be shifted to another blaze that forced hundreds of campers to evacuate.
About 3,500 acres were burned and 20 cars were destroyed by a fast-moving grass fire on both sides of the Cajon Pass in San Bernardino County on Friday.