A Placerville strip mall was heavily damaged by fire in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Officials say none of the 16 wildfires burning around California is posing serious danger of destruction or fast spread — but that could change this week.
The Jerusalem Fire, which has been burning since August 9 in Lake County and has charred more than 25,000 acres, is 95 percent contained. Firefighters say they expect to have the fire 100 percent contained on Monday.
A fire that damaged apartments in a South Sacramento neighborhood Monday is being called suspicious.
The Jerusalem Fire, which has been burning for more than a week about 100 miles north of San Francisco is 95 percent contained.
Rio City Café in Old Sacramento will be closed Tuesday after a fire broke out in the restaurant’s kitchen early this morning.
Vegetation fires are burning in the area of Discovery Park in Sacramento. Flames are near Garden Highway and Truxel Road.
The Jerusalem Fire has doubled in size overnight from 6,000 to 12,000 acres. It is still burning out of control.
Instead of accepting cash, Cal Fire says residents are increasingly choosing water instead.
The Rocky Fire is the biggest fire burning in California. It’s raging in the Lower Lake area north of San Francisco. It spread through Sunday to cover even more drought-stricken ground.
Homeowners are picking up the pieces, but they’re still rattled by how the flames spread quickly across the island.