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Getty Fire evacuation orders fully lifted as winds relax

After charring 745 acres and destroying 10 homes, the wildfire is 66 percent contained.

‘Essential’ midcentury modern by Craig Ellwood burns in Getty Fire

It’s unclear how much damage the fire unleashed on Crestwood Hills, which is filled with midcentury architecture

Map: Here’s where the Santa Clarita fire is burning

Firefighters are holding the blaze at 4,300 acres. The mayor says it’s a "miracle" that it didn’t grow today amid Santa Ana winds.

Report: What went wrong during the Woolsey Fire response

The new report finds the county was unprepared for such an "unimaginable" disaster.

Saddleridge Fire ignited near power lines in Sylmar

The wildfire has charred 8,391 acres and damaged 77 homes.

Edison warns of possible power shut-offs in parts of Malibu, Valley

The utility company is bracing for Santa Ana winds—and critical wildfire conditions.

Edison now facing at least seven lawsuits over Woolsey Fire

The latest suit claims Southern California Edison and Boeing failed to protect the public from the threat of wildfire.

Cars can’t be the only way to evacuate LA

Wildfires and earthquakes highlight the danger of the region’s auto dependency.

Malibu residents vow not to evacuate in next fire

"We’re more than capable and motivated to hold our own," one resident says.

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Woolsey Fire

Historic adobe, Paramount Ranch burn in Malibu fire

Here’s an updated list of important places and local landmarks destroyed by the Woolsey Fire.

Here’s how the Woolsey Fire stacks up to LA’s most destructive wildfires

The massive blaze is truly historic.

Woolsey Fire measures over 150 square miles—roughly the size of Denver

This map shows where the 96,949-acre blaze has burned.

Tally of buildings destroyed in Woolsey fire swells to 1,500

The blaze has singed nearly 97,000 acres, from beaches to the Valley.

Paramount Ranch, destroyed in Woolsey Fire, will be rebuilt

The Western movie set might be up and running again in two years.

The age of ‘megafires’ has arrived in California

Megafires burn longer, hotter, and more expansively.