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Nobody moved to La Caņada Flintridge to live with concrete barriers lining their streets as though the family had chosen to bivouac at the edge of a battleground. But everybody who lives in La Caņada Flintridge knows or will likely come to know the...
The flora being torched by the Williams fire above Glendora is in very different shape than that above La Caņada Flintridge, making a similar blaze in this area unlikely, according to Angeles National Forest officials. Angeles National Forest Acting...
We are substantially increasing our town’s fire risk by the installation of various invasive and/or non-native plants in public and private spaces. In gardens throughout La Caņada, invasive non-native grasses and Queen palms (among others) are being...
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While searching for a missing 33-year-old Bakersfield hiker in the Angeles National Forest Friday, Montrose Search and Rescue members found and resuscitated a drowning toddler, according to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s office. At around 5 p.m.,...
James Hall has spent nearly 20 years patrolling the Angeles National Forest, doing everything from leading an engine crew to showing inner-city youth the wonders of the outdoors. Now he is playing a leadership role in firefighting and fire prevention...
The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department and Montrose Search and Rescue are scouring the Mt. Lukens area of the Angeles National Forest for missing hiker Ertug Ergun. Ergun, 33 and of Bakersfield, was reported missing on Wednesday, June 20, by his...
Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich is the latest elected official to urge the U.S. Forest Service to lift its ban on nighttime aerial firefighting. The 2009 Station fire, which scorched areas of the Angeles National Forest, could have been...
Add another item to the list of damages from the huge 2009 Station fire: the pumps for the golf course lakes at the La Canada Flintridge Country Club. In a lawsuit filed Monday against the federal government, the club says the pilots of firefighting...
The La Caņada Flintridge Country Club filed a lawsuit Monday claiming the U.S. Forest Service caused nearly $50,000 in damage to its grounds while fighting the August 2009 Station fire. Firefighting helicopters responding to the blaze drained golf course...
This post has been updated. See below. A man found dead early Thursday morning along Angeles Crest Highway just above La Caņada Flintridge suffered a possible gunshot wound, said Los Angeles County Coroner spokesman Craig Harvey. California Highway...
Some of the beauty to be found in the Angeles National Forest this spring can exact a heavy price. Areas burned by the Station fire are sprouting a bush with a lovely purple flower known as the poodle-dog bush. But when it comes to this plant, hikers...
The discovery of a man’s body alongside a guardrail on the Angeles Crest Highway Thursday prompted an all-day road closure as authorities investigated the scene well into the evening. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department officials did not...
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