The biggest wildfire in the U.S. has been threatening homes and people in New Mexico for more than a month now. Some are facing serious hardships.
A wind- and terrain-driven fire chewed through brush in Aliso Wood Canyon between Laguna Niguel and Laguna Beach today, burning multiple multimillion-dollar homes.
Every season could be wildfire season now, experts say. Not even affluent neighborhoods like Orange County's Coronado Pointe are safe.
Dozens of homes and more than 120 people have been evacuated out of the Lakemoor subdivision because of a wildfire burning in Teller County.
About 1,000 firefighters battle Calf Canyon fire, largest active wildfire in US amid warning that refusal to evacuate could be fatal
No injuries have been reported. An estimated 20 or more homes may have burned and mandatory evacuations were issued for parts of Laguna Niguel.
Thousands Under Evacuation Orders, 300 Buildings Burned As Wildfires Rip Through New Mexico
Authorities encouraged by shifting winds but blaze feeding on drought-parched landscape expected to keep growing
A wildfire burning in Evergreen is prompting evacuations on Wednesday afternoon.
After the Marshall Fire, homeowners are looking for ways to best protect their property.