California's wildfire season is off to an intense start thanks to thick grasslands left behind after the year's heavy rainfall. While the rains may be the cause of bigger grass fires this year, they may help prevent our state's alpine forests from burning as badly. Capital Public Radio's Sally Schilling investigates.
Firefighters quickly contained two brush fires that broke out yesterday (Thursday) in southwest Riverside County, one in Winchester near Temecula, and another west of Perris. MOre from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Inland Empire firefighters were working to contain three wildfires burning around the region yesterday (Wednesday), including a blaze that broke out overnight in a Riverside park that resulted in some brief residential evacuations. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent