An attic fire damaged an Arden Arcade apartment unit this morning.
Two people have been taken to UC Davis Medical Center tonight after suffering burns in an apartment fire in Rancho Cordova that displaced 146 residents.
Fire officials say a fire that started in the bedroom of an Antelope home this afternoon was likely caused by extension cords.
A stubborn wildfire burning in the foothills west of Butte Meadows has scorched 745 acres and remains 55 percent contained nearly a week after it was reported.
An early morning house fire in Elk Grove has displaced five people, authorities said.
Fire investigators said the cause of the two-alarm fire was arson.
The Bureau of Land Management is gearing up for summer wildfires, despite the temperatures now chilling Northern California.
More prescribed burns will be needed to clear brush in Eldorado National Forest.
The U.S. Forest Service’s Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit has canceled three of the four prescribed fire operations it had planned for Wednesday on all four shores surrounding Lake Tahoe.
The Davis City Council will vote today on whether to have UC Davis fire chief also oversee the citys fire department in a proposed cost-saving move.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is increasing staffing in preparation for gusty winds and low humidity that are expected to heighten fire danger through Saturday morning.
The U.S. Forest Service’s Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit starts its fall-winter prescribed-fire program next week within the Lake Tahoe basin.
A forecast for precipitation has prompted a decision to lift fire restrictions starting midnight tonight in the Tahoe National Forest, Nationa Forest Supervisor Tom Quinn has announced.
Even though the American fire was contained Aug. 29 and smoke is clearing, Tahoe National Forest officials say the fire area remains hazardous and a closure order is still in effect.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection reported Monday that it has contained the 80-acre Centerville fire in Butte County, one of seven wildfires the agency is fighting across the state.
Mosquito Ridge Road near Foresthill will reopen to all traffic at 8 a.m. today.
Six wildfires burned across the region this weekend, according to the California Department of Fire and Forestry.
An El Dorado County forest fire destroyed one home near Georgetown and took out an outbuilding Saturday in a 45-acre blaze that firefighters subdued before it could do more damage.
Today's 24th annual Lake in the Sky Airshow in South Lake Tahoe has been canceled because of poor air quality caused by the Rim and American wildfires outside the Tahoe basin.
Nearly two weeks after it started, the American fire northeast of Foresthill was reported 66 percent contained Friday night with 21,189 acres burned.
The American fire continued to grow Thursday, but fire officials reported good progress toward corralling the blaze, which started Aug. 10 northeast of Foresthill in Placer County.
Nearly 1,000 firefighters continued to wage an uphill battle against the Rim fire, which jumped a containment line and has grown in nearly every direction.
The largest fire to strike Tahoe National Forest this year the American fire has now burned an estimated 11,950 acres.
The U.S. Forest Service began thinning operations on Friday to reduce wildfire risks at Fallen Leaf Lake.
A wildfire in the Diamond Springs area was contained Friday after burning 116 acres, including one residence and multiple outbuildings, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
A fast-moving grass fire on the American River Parkway in Rancho Cordova has been contained after burning about 7 acres.