The fire has grown to 230,500 acres, or 360 square miles — nearly the size of San Diego. The 1932 Matilija Fire, which also started in Ventura County, burned 220,000 acres.
Advocates for the field hands say the employees worked in smoky conditions without protective masks, which are not explicitly required under state labor safety rules.
L.A. County's library system is facing a massive structural deficit and the county has not yet figured out what to do about it.
As of Sunday morning, both fires were 90 percent contained and all evacuation orders had been lifted.
It's eerily quiet in Clearpoint, a Ventura neighborhood where the Thomas Fire destroyed dozens of homes.
Scientists say a warming planet is likely to exacerbate the factors that led to this week's firestorms.
Even after evacuation orders are lifted, there are still precautions you should take to keep yourself safe.
Thousands of people have been displaced as several wildfires have scorched Southern California this week. Here's a list of resources on how to help them.
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