YUCAIPA - Last year was California's worst year for wildfires. It is now more important than ever for all agencies to work together as one team. The Southern California Association of Foresters and Fire Wardens has been putting on an annual training session for many years to give volunteer and...
Before rain occurs in Southern California, the Los Angeles Fire Department encourages residents to take the simple steps necessary to protect themselves from injury and their property from storm damage.
Those living near recent brush fires should be aware of...
PICO-ROBERTSON - Despite the valiant effort of firefighters and paramedics, an elderly man died at a local hospital Tuesday morning, after flames swept through his westside apartment.
The Los Angeles Fire Department received the first of several 9-1-1 calls at 9:52 AM on February 26, 2019 reporting...
LOS ANGELES - In 1970, California brushfires destroyed 700 homes, over 500,000 acres and killed 16 people in just 13 days. This prompted the United States Congress to charter the FIrefighting RESources of California O...
LOS ANGELES - If your phone is handy, the 5-1-1 telephone system is a free and convenient way to obtain timely information about traffic, transit and transportation - or even to summon roadside assistance. For those near a computer or smartphone, we...
The Los Angeles area is periodically subject to floods that result in property damage. The potential for mudslides and debris flow is greatly increased near recent wildfires.
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