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A hot, potentially dangerous fire is burning in the Ishi Wilderness area about 20 miles northeast of Chico - an almost unprecedented event in the middle of winter in Northern California. Extremely dry conditions have allowed the Campbell fire,
President Barack Obama released his plan to battle climate change and its impact on people and wildlife, but the warming planet passed another troubling milestone as heat-trapping greenhouse gases continued to accumulate. Here is a look back at some
Saturday.Officials said the fire is burning in rugged terrain near Campbellville. Crews are fighting the flames from the ground and the air.No structures are threatened by the fire.There is no word on the cause of the blaze.
Nighttime water drops helped control a brush fire Wednesday night that burned through rough terrain, fire officials said. What sparked the fire and where the flames started are under investigation, said Capt. Steve Concialdi of the Orange County Fire
Saved The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Arizona's state forester is citing a growing threat from wildfires as he requests a doubling of his agency's budget. The Arizona Republic ( http://bit.ly/1dW5cKs) reports that Forester Scott
Oakland firefighters will be spending this New Year's Eve patrolling the hills, looking for illegal fireworks. The current vegetation is extremely dry from the lack of rain this season, so even a spark from one firecracker could mean big trouble.
In November and December, there have been 14 vegetation fires in 2013 compared with an average of fewer than seven, Cal Fire officials said. The biggest recent fire, of course, was the 917-acre Pfeiffer Fire that burned 34 homes this month in the Big
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection have suspended burn permits, citing dry conditions and a sharp increase in vegetation fires. The agency issued a ban Monday on 31 million acres of state property and private land in Alameda,
News Direct Relief, based in Santa Barbara, is sending supplies to Salinas to help people affected by the recent fire in Big Sur. Even though the fire was contained last Friday, Direct Relief says its clinic partner in the area has seen an increase
News Fire crews are responding to a vegetation fire in Goleta that broke out Thursday morning. The fire started around 10 a.m. near Highway 101, just south of Fairview Avenue, according to Santa Barbara County officials...To report a comment, please