Manzanita Wildfire South Of Beaumont Still Growing At 5,000 Acres, 10 Percent Contained By Ken Vincent • Jun 27, 2017 TweetShareGoogle+Email The Manzanita Fire - burning south of Beaumont - photographed yesterday (Monday). Credit twitter/CALFIRERRU The Manzanita Fire, a fast-growing wildfire that started yesterday along Highway 79 south of Beaumont, has burned 5000 acres, and is 10 percent contained. Details from KVCR's Ken Vincent. Listen Listening... / 1:38 Report from KVCR's Ken Vincent Tags: wildfiresManzanita FireTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Big Bear's Holcomb Wildfire Now 91 Percent Contained At 1503 Acres By Ken Vincent • Jun 26, 2017 inciweb.nwcg.gov More progress was made over the weekend by firefighters working to contain the Holcomb wildfire burning northeast of Big Bear Lake for the past week. The fire has burned 1503 acres and is 91 percent contained, as KVCR's Ken Vincent reports. Brush Fire Started By Kids In Moreno Valley Takes Hours To Contain; Parents Will Pay Costs By Ken Vincent • May 24, 2017 twitter/CALFIRERRU A group of juveniles playing with fire torched a blaze that scorched 10 acres of brush in Moreno Valley yesterday (Tuesday). More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.