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9 Fires Set In Sacramento Garbage Cans Overnight

Authorities are investigating a rash of fires that were lit in garbage cans Tuesday morning in Sacramento.


File photo of a firefighter monitoring a wildfire. (Mark Ralston/Getty Images)

Forest Service May Let More Fires Burn

After coming in $400 million over budget following last year’s busy fire season, the Forest Service is altering its approach and may let more fires burn instead of attacking every one.


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Authorities Think Intense San Francisco Fire Was Arson

Authorities think an arsonist in San Francisco set off an intense fire that has burned several homes and displaced about 20 people.


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Fire-Damaged Sac State Buildings To Reopen

Both buildings damaged in a series of fires on campus at Sacramento State will reopen on Monday, and few classes will be impacted by the ongoing investigation.


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Fire Officials Investigating Series Of Small Fires

Fire officials are investigating a series of small fires that broke out in the same area within a short period of time Friday morning.


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Downed Power Lines Spark Granite Bay Fires

Downed power lines sparked at least two fires early Tuesday morning in Granite Bay.


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Unattended Candles To Blame For Two Overnight Fires

Unattended candles may be to blame for two overnight fires including one that sent a woman to the hospital.