Just three months after the devastating Station fire scorched 160,000 acres in the Angeles National Forest, one of the main roads through the mountains is now open.
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There's nothing like a good disaster to remind you of your own mortality; stop waiting for "someday." You need to write that book, sing that song, smell those roses, surf that wave
Can we change our land-use patterns and fire-safety behavior to avoid tragic deaths and property loss during these wildfires, and reduce the millions of dollars spent fighting them?
We've continued to receive amazing photos from readers of the Southern California Wildfires. Check out these incredible photos below.
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Firefighting aircraft have dropped about 1.7 million gallons of water and nearly 700,000 gallons of fire-retardant chemicals in an effort to put out t...
On Wednesday we asked readers to send in their on the ground photos of the wildfire in Southern California. The photos we received are amazing. Check ...
We shouldn't need horrible brush fires, hurricanes, plane crashes or illness, to feel grateful we are alive.
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