The hunter whose campfire caused the catastrophic Rim Fire in Yosemite might soon face charges. Tuolumne County District Attorney Michael Knowles announced on his website Thursday that federal prosecutors intend to to charge an …
The Rim Fire, the third largest fire in California recorded history, started Aug. 17 in the Stanislaus National Forest. It quickly spread to nearby Yosemite National Park totaling more than 250,000 acres or roughly 395 square miles at the …
Big Bear firefighter Jon Curtis keeps a close eye on a 'slop over' fire that jumped Hwy 120 just east of Hardin Flat Road while fighting the Rim Fire. Elias Funez/The Modesto Bee/AP Firefighter A.J. Tevis watches the flames of the Rim
The Rim Fire burning in and around Yosemite is now the 4th largest wildfire in California history. (CBS) YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK (CBS/AP) — A fire that raged in forest land in and around Yosemite National Park has left a barren …
GROVELAND — The Rim wildfire near Yosemite National Park caused the evacuation of a ... More than 10,100 acres …
California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency on Thursday as the Rim Fire near Yosemite Park continued spreading at a breathtaking pace. The fire in Tuolumne County has devoured 105,000 acres and is only 2 percent …
More than 200,000 acres, or nearly 315 square miles, of land have been engulfed by flames, despite the efforts of nearly 5,000 firefighters. Two thirds of the fire is still burning out of control in the park and the surrounding areas. "We don't …
YOSEMITE NATIONAL FOREST, California - NASA released this satellite picture Monday of the Rim Fire now raging out of control near the Yosemite National Forest. The fire, now covering more than 224 square miles, is still only 7 percent …
The massive Rim Fire, which since Saturday has been quickly burning though eastern central California, reached a remote section of Yosemite National Park Friday, while firefighters battled to save the Sierra Nevada foothill towns of Pine …
The tree-scorching Rim Fire roaring through Yosemite — one of the largest fires in California’s history at this point — is so big satellites can see it with ease from space. By Monday, the wildfire had consumed more than 144,000 acres and …