Grass Fire Burns 1,000 Acres, Forces Evacuations in Fairfield, Vacaville
A fire burning dry, grassy hills between Fairfield and Vacaville grew to about 1,000 acres and was 10 percent contained late Friday night. (8-10-18)

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