Angeles National Forest

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Travel To Los Angeles On A Budget

Think you can’t afford a trip to LA? Think again.


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As LA-Area Fire Wanes, Dangerous Conditions Remain

A wildfire in the suburbs of Los Angeles was a smoldering shadow of its former self, but hundreds of residents of a foothill neighborhood remained evacuated and extremely dangerous fire conditions were expected to last well into Saturday.


Glendora Fire

UPDATED: 2 Homes Burn, 3 Arrested In California Wildfire

A wildfire burned out of control near homes in the dangerously dry foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains early Thursday, fanned by gusty Santa Ana winds that spit embers into neighborhoods in the city below, igniting trees. Evacuations were ordered for houses at the edge of the fire.


The Williams fire continues to spread as night falls in the Angeles National Forest on September 3, 2012 north of Glendora, California. The fire began late September 2, putting an early end to Labor Day weekend camping and hiking for vacationers, who were evacuated from the area as it spread to more than 4,000 acres in size. Three hundred to 400 firefighters are on the ground, with more expected to arrive soon, and at least six air tankers and eight helicopters have been called in.   (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Forest Fire Near Los Angeles Could Burn For A Week

A fire burning in the Angeles National Forest near Los Angeles is only 5 percent contained and because of rugged terrain and weather it may take a week to get to 100 percent.


Lake County Wildfires

Wildfire Prompts Evacuations In Southern Calif. Forest

A wildfire in the Angeles National Forest has exploded to about 700 acres, forcing the evacuation of about 12,000 visitors who flocked to campgrounds for the holiday weekend.


A 67-year-old man who survived for five or six days on leaves and creek water after his car plunged 200 feet off a California mountain road was found by his children, who tracked him down like television detectives. (credit: CBS)

Mystery Unfolds After Death, Rescue In SoCal Ravine

The fates of 67-year-old David Lavau and a man believed to be 88-year-old Melvin Gelfand met at the bottom of the same rugged ravine, 200 feet below a curvy stretch of mountain road where both men had lost control of their vehicles and crashed, authorities said Friday.