There are at least 10 wildfires currently burning across California.
The fire in the Cajon Pass in San Bernardino County was 85 percent contained Sunday night.
The fire in the Cajon Pass was 65 percent contained, but another fire elsewhere in the state approached the historic Hearst Castle, officials said.
The fire in the Cajon Pass east of Los Angeles started Tuesday and exploded in size, covering more than 57 square miles.
The level of destruction from California wildfires is so bad that officials don't yet have a total count of destroyed homes.
The fire is being driven by winds and dry conditions, and more than 34,000 homes and 82,000 people are affected by evacuation orders.
More than 700 firefighters fight the Blue Cut fire 60 miles east of Los Angeles which has burned at least 30,000 acres.
A fast-growing, minimally contained 25,000-acre wildfire in California triggered a state of emergency and the evacuation of 82,000 people.
The governor declared a state of emergency amid the fast-moving Bluecut fire raging in the Cajon Pass. A highway was shut down and homes have burned.
Damin Anthony Pashilk was charged with 17 counts in relation to several fires, including the raging Clayton Fire.
The Clayton Fire ignited Saturday evening off Highway 29 near Clayton Creek and south of Lower Lake in California's Lake County, officials said.
Four people were killed and more than 1,300 homes were destroyed in the 2015 Valley Fire, the third-most destructive fire in state history.
Evacuations were ordered for Canyon Creek Resort and Golden Bear Estates near Winters, California, as the wildfire continues to grow.
Montana's so-called Roaring Lion fire burned 2,000 acres in just a few hours Sunday afternoon.
The Soberanes Fire has left one person dead, dozens of homes burned and had ballooned to 38,000 acres by Sunday morning.
Cal Fire said the 8 men were hungry and thirsty after being rescued from the south side of the fire near Big Sur.
Once the Soberanes Fire flared up over the weekend, the men said they were stranded and didn't know which direction would lead them to safety.
The so-called Sand fire in the Angeles National Forest has grown to nearly 37,500 acres since it was first reported on Friday.
An explosive wildfire is raging in the hills north of Los Angeles, burning through an estimated 10,000 acres a day.
The so-called Sand Fire has charred 59 square miles since it broke out last Friday in a mostly rural area.
The so-called Sand fire keeps growing — it's at more than 33,000 acres so far — fueled by dry brush, soaring temperatures and winds.
The so-called Sand Fire north of Los Angeles was at 11,000 acres at noon Saturday and grew to 22,000 acres by Sunday morning.
The fast-moving Sand Fire that broke out in Santa Clarita continued to burn Saturday as at least 300 people were told to evacuate.
The bill would let authorities to disable and crash drones flying too close to firefighting efforts. The state would be the first to do so in the U.S.
It has not been confirmed that the two bodies found near the Border Fire in the area of Potrero were killed by the blaze burning since June 19.
Hot, dry weather has fueled several fires, but fire authorities said most were in hand except for one: a 37,000-acre blaze in central California.
The Erskine Fire in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains killed at least 2 people and destroyed 150 homes.
Two people were killed in an explosive wildfire burning south of California's Sierra Nevada mountains in rugged terrain amid hot, dry conditions.
Fire officials confirm two people were killed in a wildfire that broke out Thursday and exploded in size, consuming at least 50 homes in California.
Firefighters struggle against two California wildfires.
The fires had grown to a total of 8 square miles, and authorities worried they could soon combine into one monster blaze.
It was hot enough to fry eggs on the sidewalk in Arizona as summer started off with searing temps across Southwest.
Blazing temperatures of up to 120 degrees in some parts of Southern California were expected to worsen the fire dangers.
About 140 homes and ranches are at risk in the coastal canyons of an area that hasn't seen such dramatic burns in 60 years.
The Valley Fire was the third most destructive in state history and burned more than 1,200 homes.
About 600 Ventura County firefighters were attacking the wind-whipped rapidly growing fire on the ground and from the air Saturday.
"Those guys were truly brothers to me," Daniel Lyon said of the three firefighters who lost their lives in the flare-up on Aug. 19.
California officials are considering allowing inmates with violent backgrounds to work outside prison walls fighting wildfires.
At least one other person remains unaccounted for in the wake of the fire northwest of Sacramento that has destroyed nearly 2,000 buildings.
Photographer Peter DaSilva documented the destruction after the Valley fire burned over 75,000 acres and 1,000 structures.
The Valley Fire is considered the fourth worst fire in California history based on total structures burned.
At least one person reported to have died as the Tassajara fire flared in Carmel Valley, as crews got upper hand on fire in nearby Monterey County.
Two huge fires in Northern California are slowly being tamed, but not after taking at least five lives and consuming some 1,400 homes.
A separate blaze — called the Valley Fire — in Lake County, about 170 miles to the northwest, has killed three people and destroyed nearly 600 homes.
The story of a man and his dog that went missing during a raging wildfire gets a happy ending thanks to an Associated Press reporter.
Authorities say the remains of two more people have been found.
The Calaveras County Sheriff's Office said there was a civilian fatality in the Butte Fire, which destroyed 233 homes southeast of Sacramento.
Thousands of buildings are still threatened.
The fire, at around 100 square miles, was 30 percent contained late Tuesday, fire officials announced. The fire destroyed nearly 600 homes.
The Cal Fire firefighter is among hundreds who lost their homes over the weekend in the Valley Fire that's ravaging Northern California.
The Valley and Butte wildfires have destroyed hundreds of homes leaving 23,000 people displaced in California.
"Everything looked like the inside of an oven," said Julie Wolf, whose son captured dramatic video of the escape from the inferno.
The Valley Fire is only 15 percent contained.
The swiftly spreading wildfires destroyed hundreds of homes and forced thousands of Northern California residents to flee.
At least 400 homes and businesses were destroyed.
The Cal Fire firefighters suffered burn injuries while battling the Valley fire, which is burning about 100 miles northwest of Sacramento.
An explosive and erratic wildfire grew to more than 100 square miles in Northern California on Saturday.
Gov. Jerry Brown issued a state of emergency for the two counties affected by the fast-moving fire, which has burned more than 50,000 acres.
At least six homes have been destroyed as the Butte Fire, located southeast of Sacramento, grew from around 4,000 acres to 14,700 acres Thursday.
A Washington state firefighter badly burned in an accident during a fire that killed three of his comrades has made some progress, and his doctor is hopeful he will make a full recovery.
Commanders blamed a "lack of resources" for the continued spread of the 260,000-acre Okanogan Complex of fires in Washington state.
The fight to contain the Chelan Complex fire continues as it ravages Washington State.
The maker of Budweiser is sending 2,156 cases of emergency drinking water — 51,744 cans — to Washington state.
Firefighters battling the 73,000-acre Canyon Creek wildfires in Oregon struggled with tougher conditions as two more communities were evacuated.
The Okanogan Complex of wildfires has surpassed last year's Carlton Complex blazes, fire spokesman Rick Isaacson said Monday morning.
More than 275,000 gallons of water have been dropped in an attempt to quell the sixteen large wildfires burning in Washington.
The governor actovated 250 more Guard members to help fight wildfires, while in Washington a huge blaze grew by 100 square miles.
At least 16 massive fires have swept through 400,000 acres of Washington, according to the governor's office.
More than 70 experts from Australia and New Zealand will travel to the United States to help tackle the deadly northwestern wildfires.
The three members of an Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest engine crew died Wednesday when their vehicle was overtaken by flames.
Three firefighters were killed near Twisp, Washington on Wednesday as wildfires continue to burn across the West.
The firefighters, who worked for the U.S. Forest Service, were trying to control a blaze that broke out Wednesday afternoon and spread quickly and erratically.
Three firefighters were killed fighting one of the more than 100 wildfires burning across the West, authorities said.
Forest fires are getting worse and there are more of them. And the way the U.S. pays for firefighting is only making matters worse.
NBC News animation shows the area where the Chelan Wildfire is burning. The fire is just one of several that have burned through seven million acres so far.
They will be trained and then deployed on Sunday, the National Interagency Fire Center said.
As dozens of wildfires continued to blaze across the West on Monday, officials worried about the pace of this year's wildfires and the resources available to fight them.
Experts say there are limits to the use of a jumbo jet as a firefighting tool.
Wildfires continued to scorch the West, forcing evacuations, leaving thousands without power and enveloping the San Francisco Bay Area in thick smoke.
A hospital near Chelan Lake is moving its patients and wildfires forced the evacuation of 1,200 homes after lightning strikes sparked blazes Friday.
The 24,000-acre Stouts Creek fire was sparked by a lawnmower, and the person responsible could be on the hook for millions of dollars.
Mandatory evacuation orders remained for about 150 people near the Jerusalem fire, which broke out Sunday just south of another large blaze.
A firefighter was killed Saturday while helping to battle the so-called Sierra Fire near Lake Tahoe, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
At least 43 houses have been destroyed by the so-called Rocky Fire near Lake County, about 100 miles northwest of Sacramento.
California firefighters made more progress battling the massive Rocky Fire, but some residents who have returned found homes destroyed.
The Rocky Fire, which has burned more than 68,000 acres west of Sacramento, is 20 percent contained after burning for a week.
Winds from the east Tuesday raised fears that the Rocky Fire west of Sacramento could be pushed in a different direction, fire officials said.
Two giant C-130 Hercules planes joined more than a dozen other air tankers and helicopters
Drought ridden California falls victim to another blazing wildfire as the Rocky Fire scorches acres of land, destroys homes, and forces thousands to evacuate.
Thousands of people were ordered out of their homes Monday as wind-whipped wildfires raged across northern California.
More than 50 buildings, including 24 residences have been destroyed, by the Rocky Fire.
The Rocky Fire in Lake and Yolo counties grew by 9,000 acres by Saturday and 24 homes have burned in a large area west of Sacramento.
Thousands of firefighters are battling wildfires across California, which have killed one firefighter and displaced hundreds of people from their home
U.S. Forest Service firefighter David Ruhl died while battling a wildfire in northern California.
The Wragg Fire, which has covered 6,900 acres in Napa and Solano counties, was 47 percent contained, three days after it broke out.
A wildfire blazing through California wine country has displaced residents, destroyed thousands of acres of land, and has yet to be extinguished.
A cyclist could have to pay for extinguishing a 73-acre fire he set when he burned his toilet paper after relieving himself in an Idaho ravine.
The Wragg fire in Northern California grew to almost 7,000 acres, threatening 200 structures, but the Napa Valley wineries appeared safe for now.