The historic Ronald Reagan Presidential Library had a narrow escape from a new fire that raged across the Simi Valley area of Ventura County.
"The problem right now is that everything," David Rubin said, "from academia to public utilities, to politics, everything that goes woke."
There are at least 7 active large fires burning in California, which has so far covered around 97,500 acres.
Some customers who were affected by the October 26 power shutoffs may be affected by the outages today.
Parts of the San Francisco Bay Area and other parts of California continue to be affected by extremely hazardous air quality conditions that could lead to adverse health effects.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has launched an investigation into utility groups following a report that revealed an electrical line from PG&E malfunctioned moments before the Kincade Fire.
The threat of California's wildfires continues with critical dry and windy weather conditions expected through Wednesday.
PG&E's latest shutdown could see customers affected by the shutdown on Saturday left without power until Thursday.
The Soda Rock and Field Stone wineries were claimed by the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County.
"We have 10 years to cut carbon emissions in half. If we don't, scenes like this can get much worse," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted, promoting the Green New Deal.
The fire broke out in LA County about 9 a.m. PDT on Monday and prompted the shutdown of the 101 Freeway.
High Santa Ana winds, combined with low humidity made for ripe conditions for wildfires.
Air quality levels are expected to reach unhealthy levels throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and residents have been warned to avoid exposure.
A state of emergency has been declared across California amid the Kincade Fire, with a string of schools closed and parts of Sonoma and Napa counties under evacuation orders and warnings.
The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning urging people in the San Francisco Bay Area to prepare for dangerously strong offshore winds that will cause fires to spread rapidly.
PG&E plans to implement staggered power cuts beginning Saturday at 2 p.m. PT. The company advises that "customers are being asked to prepare for an extended outage of at least two days once the severe weather has passed."
As of Friday morning, at least 50,000 people have been ordered to evacuate as nine active wildfires continue to burn through parts of California.
High Santa Ana winds have raised concerns about the dangers to residents if the fires spread rapidly.
The Kincade Fire in Sonoma County has spread across 16,000 acres so far, according to California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
Nearly 220 San Fernando Valley school campuses are shut today, in addition to several others in Los Angeles County, over poor air quality issues.
There are reported to be nine active burning fires covering more than 30,000 acres of California.
Amid a wildfire in Geyserville, Sonoma County, PG&E has warned customers that there could be more planned power outages this weekend.
Nearly 7,000 acres have been burned by a wildfire in Sonoma County, with mandatory evacuation orders and power shutdowns in place throughout the area.
PG&E has begun its planned shutdown, here's where you can check the power outage map to see if you will be affected.
PG&E is considering a planned power outage in Northern California to reduce the risk of wildfires—here's where could be affected.
Maui Brush Fire Update: Kapalua Airport, Homes Evacuated as Blaze Rapidly Scorches Nearly 1,000 Acres of Hawaii
A fast-moving brush fire in West Maui has spread across the Kapalua area, leading to the evacuation of several homes and road closures.
More than 200,000 households and businesses will be without power for the second time in October.
As of 10:30 a.m. ET, the Los Angeles County Fire Department's website announced that the Saddleridge Fire had burned more than 7,500 acres and was only 13 percent contained.
The Saddleridge Fire scorched about 4,600 acres of land by Friday, destroying a number of homes and buildings in its path.
Dry conditions in Tennessee have increased the risk accidental fires.