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Monrovia Assesses Bobcat Fire Damage

City staff is coordinating damage assessments for Monrovia Canyon Park, the Hillside Wilderness Preserve, and city buildings. Many city facilities suffered smoke damage and the...

San Gabriel Valley Foothill Communities Express Gratitude for Firefighters’ Efforts

More than 113,000 acres have burned in the Angeles National Forest since Sept. 6 By Terry Miller Helicopters surveyed the San Gabriel Mountains this past...

Bobcat Fire Grows to Over 109K Acres, Destroys at Least 29...

The Bobcat Fire has burned 109,271 acres and is 17% contained as of Tuesday morning. The fire remained active Monday in the western, northern and...

L.A. County Animal Control Providing Shelter for Animals Affected by the...

The Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC) continues to provide safe sheltering for animals as a result of the recent...

Bobcat Fire Now One of the Largest in County History, Grows...

Courtesy photo / Twitter, @CaltransDist7 The Bobcat Fire has burned 105,345 acres as of Monday, making it...

Bobcat Fire Grows to More Than 50K Acres Thursday

An evacuation order for residences within the area north of Angeles Crest North, between Clear Creek Station and Highway 39, was in place Thursday...

Unpredictable Bobcat Fire Explodes to 44K Acres, County Supervisors Declare Local...

Very unhealthy air quality becomes a daily occurrence By Terry Miller The Bobcat Fire burning in the Angeles National Forest continues to unleash its fury...

Bobcat Fire Surpasses 41K Acres, Containment Decreases

The Bobcat Fire was very active on both the north and south ends Monday and is now at 41,231 acres with 3% containment. Firefighters...

City of Monrovia Advises Non-Residents to Avoid Areas Above Foothill as...

The City of Monrovia advises non-residents to avoid areas above Foothill Boulevard to ensure that if an evacuation order is issued in response to...

Some L.A. County COVID-19 Testing Sites Close Due to Unhealthy Air...

Originally posted Sept. 10 at noon / Updated Sept. 11 at 3:20 p.m. Due to safety concerns from the unhealthy air quality in smoke-impacted regions...
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