Lincoln Company Quickly Salvaging Lumber From Rim, American FiresA Lincoln business is salvaging logs from two major California fires, and says getting to the trees early is the key to replanting them for the future.
Flash Flood Warning Issued For Placer County As Rains Hit American Fire AreaRadar indicated the wide area of moderate to heavy rain that's been soaking the valley is moving across the burn scar left by the American Fire.
American Fire Fully Contained After Burning Nearly 30K AcresAfter burning nearly 30,000 acres over the past three weeks, the American Fire is now 100 percent contained.
American Fire More Than 20K Acres, 66 Percent ContainedThe American Fire has been burning for nearly two weeks in Tahoe National Forest and has grown to more than 20,000 acres Friday.
American Fire Nearly 17K Acres, 60 Percent ContainedThe fire in Tahoe National Forest continues to grow slowly as firefighters make more progress containing the blaze.
American Fire 54 Percent ContainedFirefighters continue to gain ground on the American Fire, which is burning in the Tahoe National Forest.
Smoky Haze From American Fire Here To Stay For A Few More DaysThe smoky haze around Sacramento wasn’t just from the American Fire, but from several blazes burning around Northern California.
American Fire Burning More Than 7K AcresThe American Fire burning in Placer County continues to grow.
American Fire Grows To Nearly 5,000 Acres; 35% ContainedThe American Fire continues to burn in the heavily forested areas of Tahoe National Forest and is sending plumes of smoke throughout Placer County.
American Fire Now 1,200 Acres, Covering Parts Of Sierra Foothills In SmokeThick, hazy smoke from the American Fire can be seen billowing above the hills in the Tahoe National Forest, eventually settling into nearby valleys. The remote location of the fire is making it hard for crews to access it from the ground.
UPDATED: 800 Acres Of Thick Terrain Burning In Tahoe National ForestAbout 800 acres are burning in a heavily forested area of Tahoe National Forest.