Those in the path of the fire were advised to "get out immediately, because the fire is fairly swift-moving, and we're not entirely sure we're going to be able to catch it," Kern County Fire's Phil Neufeld told KPCC.Add your comments
Byron McKaig, called his pastor as smoke was filling his home. He and his wife later collapsed in an embrace near a fence in their yard.
A flood advisory was issued Friday afternoon for San Bernardino County by the National Weather Service, in effect until 4:30 p.m.
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The whale is approximately 40 feet long and is believed to have been between 10 to 30 years old. Marine animal authorities will try to determine why the animal died.
L.A. officials had wanted to use drinking water but decided against it in light of the state's ongoing drought.
The East Los Angeles Community Corporation plans to develop the land that the house sat on to bring affordable housing to the area.
There are now 47,000 homeless people in and around Los Angeles. The number of homeless women living on the streets has increased dramatically, and many are at risk of violence and sexual assault.
The cause of the Trailhead Fire is still under investigation, but no injuries have been reported, according to the Forest Service.
In total, 285 single residences were destroyed and another 12 were damaged since the fire began June 23.
Authorities estimate the Lake Isabella fire will be fully contained by July 5.
Originally, the L.A. Department of Water and Power expected to use drinking water to fill the lake, but the ongoing drought has the agency looking to other sources, like runoff or recycled water.
Wildlife officials confirmed through DNA and other tests that they had caught the right bear and euthanized it Wednesday afternoon.