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*Red Hot Chili Peppers* are set to play a special Woolsey Fire Benefit show on January 13th.
The destructive fire across the Malibu region prompted the.. Clash - Published
AGOURA HILLS, Calif. (Reuters) - Students at two schools in Agoura Hills, California, that narrowly avoided being destroyed by a fierce wildfire received surprise visits this week from Olympic athletes..
It was a one two punch for the community of Thousand Oaks. As the city was dealing with the mass shooting at Borderline bar, the Hill and Woolsey fires broke out. All within 24 hours. Now a new wave of..
In 2018, California experienced 12 state emergencies, including many deadly fires, mudslides, and other natural disasters. The year kicked off with deadly mudslides in the town of Montecito, following..
Hikers are eager to get back to their favorite trails in the Santa Monica Mountains, but park rangers say it will be a while before the area that burned in the Woolsey Fire is safe for visitors. Matt..
Before-and-after satellite images have shown the sheer scale and destruction caused by the wildfires in Malibu. Fire officials say the Woolsey fire has scorched more than 96,000 acres. MailOnline - Published
President Donald Trump visited Malibu on Saturday to survey the damage wrought by the Woolsey Fire - his second California stop as authorities search for more than 1,200 missing in Paradise. MailOnline - Published
The Camp Fire in Northern California, and the Woolsey Fire, raging near Malibu in the south, have forced residents to flee their homes, many unable to also save their beloved pets. MailOnline - Published
Dozens of celebrities were among 170,000 people evacuated from their homes near Los Angeles as the Woolsey Fire burned largely out of control on Sunday night, destroying 200 buildings. MailOnline - Published
23 people have been killed in Northern California's Camp Fire and have been two killed in Southern California's Woolsey Fire. Most of the bodies are being discovered in the town of Paradise. MailOnline - Published
Caitlyn Jenner's house has reportedly burned down [Getty] Caitlyn Jenner’s luxurious Malibu beach pad has reportedly been destroyed by California's raging wildfires. According to TMZ, the 3,500.. OK! - Published