The majority of casualties are in Montecito, the wealthiest community in Santa Barbara County.
Thousands of firefighters battled Sunday to protect coastal property in Southern California from one of the biggest wildfires in state history.
Firefighters anticipate more danger in the southern part of the state due to continued strong wind gusts, no rain and decades-old dry vegetation.
The wildfires—both recent and ongoing—have affected water and air quality and may pose future threats.
The Fallbrook community has become the latest front in California's wildfire fight.
Southern California has felt yellow wind, orange wind and red wind. But never purple wind. Until now.
Powered by ferocious winds, wildfires northwest of Los Angeles and in the city's foothills have burned scores of structures and forced tens of thousands to flee.
Forecasters aid and abet Donald Trump's misinformation by consistently ignoring the role of global warming in a recent string of national disasters.
Thousands flee more than a dozen wind-whipped blazes north of San Francisco; 1,500 homes and businesses lost.