On Friday afternoon, officials identified the only known victim of the Thomas Fire, 70 year-old Virginia Pesola.
Power outages due this week's high winds and wildfires have left about 10,300 customers without electricity, according to the major power utilities.
The Skirball Fire in the Bel Air area held at 475 acres burned in a late Friday update, but jumped from 30 to 50 percent containment, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
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Some Ojai residents, ex-residents and evacuees say they've been frustrated with what they feel are infrequent or incomplete updates about the spreading Thomas Fire — both from local news outlets and from fire officials.
Even after evacuation orders are lifted, there are still precautions you should take to keep yourself safe.
A number of recreation centers throughout the city will have extended hours and activities for students.
Favorable weather helped crews make progress Friday. Fire officials also cut back the estimated size of the fire to 6,049 acres, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
At least 65 structures have been destroyed and six people injured. Evacuation orders are also in place.
KPCC journalists are covering the fires burning across Southern California and are working hard to answer community members' questions.
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.
Most homes that burn during a wildfire are ignited by embers landing on the roof, through vents or on decks and porches. Here are some things you can do to make your home more resilient.
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The county health department issued an unhealthy air warning on Thursday due to the Creek and Skirball fires. Check out a couple of ways to see how dirty the air is around you.
Each county in Southern California has its own way of doing things. Here’s a list of emergency alert systems to sign up for so you’ll always be in the know.
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