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UPDATE: Saturday’s DTLA Explosion Is the Subject of a ‘Significant’ Arson Investigation

A dozen LAFD firefighters were injured, but all are expected to survive
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The LAFD Scrutinizes Vape Suppliers and Smoke Shops After Explosion on ‘Bong Row’

Authorities are concerned that businesses that store volatile materials aren't doing so properly
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Wind is Blowing Smoke from the Getty Fire All Over L.A.’s Westside

The South Coast Air Quality Management District issued a smoke advisory on Wednesday
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‘Bong Row’ Building Owner and Occupants Hit with 300 Criminal Charges Following Blast

A downtown warehouse exploded in May, causing in a massive fire and injuring 11 firefighters
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As Wildfires Ravage the State, the Dark Side of the California Dream Slinks Out of the Shadows

Fires have always loomed large over the California landscape—both a cleansing promise and an obliterating threat. But like so much else these days, they suddenly seem out of control
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Burning Trash Reportedly Sparked the Sandalwood Fire That’s Killed at Least One

A "hot load" dumped near a mobile home park in Riverside County is being blamed for the conflagration

The Fast-Moving Saddleridge Fire Ravages the San Fernando Valley Overnight

An uncontained fire that started in Sylmar has already burned thousands of acres and resulted in at least one death
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Stunning Images Show the Easy Fire Creep Perilously Close to the Reagan Library

Firefighters (and goats) have kept the flames at bay
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Coast Guard Calls Off Its Search for Victims of a Deadly Labor Day Boat Fire

A mayday call reveals frightening details about a disaster that's claimed the lives of at least 20 people

A Former Administration Official Says Trump Told FEMA to Withhold California Fire Relief Out of Spite

In a video endorsing Joe Biden, Republican Miles Taylor details the "terrifying" things he saw during his two years at the Department of Homeland Security