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Getty Fire: & # 39; Extreme & # 39; Warning about strong Santa Ana wind

In a threatening new warning, the National Weather Service issued a rare "extreme red flag alert" for Southern California by Thursday night stating that the wind could be over 120 km / h and the strongest in more than a decade. Officials Worry The winds may prove catastrophic for the smoldering Getty fire that broke out on Monday just after …

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California Fire: Kincade, Getty fires burn while Santa Ana winds fan the flames

Meanwhile, conditions in southern California, where the Getty Fire scorched the western edge of Los Angeles on Monday, are expected to become even more dangerous: The Storm Prediction Center warns of "extremely critical fire weather" starting late Tuesday, Tuesday strong Santa Ana winds are expected to whip across the region. A "long period of low humidity and dry vegetation will …

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Kincade Fire live updates: Evacuation map grows in Sonoma County and Santa Rosa

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has declared a statewide emergency as a challenge on both ends of the state. The Kincade Fire already burned more than 54,000 acres – roughly the size of Baltimore – as of Sunday night, according to Cal Fire, which said it was just 5 percent contained. At least two firefighters have suffered injuries since the …

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Santa Anita Park: Second horse of the weekend euthanized

According to Mike Willman, a spokesman for Santa Anita Park, Bye Bye Beautiful was evaluated by on-track veterinarians after passing half a mile lateral condylar fracture involving medical sesamoid and due to the severity of the injury Decided to put the horse to sleep, "said Santa Anita Park in a statement. The 2-year-old filly started for owners Grenier, Lawless or …

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The Santa Clarita bushfire burns several structures and threatens neighborhoods

A bushfire that broke out on Thursday afternoon in the Santa Clarita area has set fire to several buildings and threatens the neighborhoods. Firefighters were desperately trying to stop the wind-driven fire as it moved quickly toward the subdivisions at Agua Dulce. The authorities have asked for more air support when the fire came down from the hills. "There is …

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Man accused anti-Trump protesters at Santa Monica Pier with bear spray

A man was accused of using bear spray on a group of demonstrators at an anti-Trump rally Saturday on the Santa Monica Pier, prosecutors said on Wednesday with Dempsey being accused of being one of Refuse Fascism's group against President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, rallies organized to have launched Bearspray. Five people were treated, but were expected …

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PG & E has restored power to all customers in Santa Cruz County

Santa Cruz County power was fully restored after thousands of customers were disconnected from a public safety shutdown (PSPS) by a Pacific Gas and Electric (PG & E). The shutdowns began in Santa Cruz County around 23:00. Wednesday. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. announced in a press conference on Saturday that 99.5% of customers affected by the shutdowns had been …

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The Santa Fe Hotel has been voted one of the best in the country

Five Graces Inn finished 4th at the Code Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards. In addition to being ranked 4th in the country, the hotel was also named Hotel No. 1 in the US / Southwest and West by the magazine by the magazine. The Inn of the Five Graces is essentially a living museum in a group of historic buildings …

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Terrifying emergency call uncovered in deadly Santa Cruz Island boat fire

The captain of the doomed Santa Cruz boat on Monday described in a frightening distress call how all his passengers are trapped below deck – "no escape hatch". The capture of the devastating 3:14 pm involves a Coast Guard operator first desperately asks for information about the emergency off the coast of Southern California. "What is the emergency? Over. … …

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