- July 17
Under the stricter rules, which go into effect at 6 a.m. Friday, wood or charcoal fires are allowed only in designated areas, and smoking is prohibited except inside vehicles or buildings or within a developed recreation site.
- July 15
As of late Tuesday afternoon, most of the park was open again to the public, though a few trails in the burn area remained off-limits until further notice,
- July 13
Firefighters moved quickly Sunday afternoon to attack the blaze in the San Diego park from the ground and air. Mission Trails Park should be open Tuesday.
- July 9
A juvenile suspected of igniting the Cocos fire on the afternoon of May 14 has been tracked down but will not be identified publicly because the alleged arsonist is underage.
- July 7
- Midday Edition
In the coming months, the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department will be conducting door-to-door inspections to help educate residents and make sure they are properly clearing brush around their homes.
- July 3
The fire in Pope Valley grew to nearly six square miles Wednesday, a day after it broke out.
- July 2
Several residents living in two communities have been evacuated because nearly 200 homes are threatened.
- July 2
During the prohibition period, campfires will be restricted to licensed public campgrounds and private property maintained in a manner that prevents open flame from spreading to wilderness vegetation.
- July 1
Work on the three-story bayside fire station in downtown San Diego began in 2005, but was halted in 2011 when the state dismantled municipal redevelopment agencies to save money.
- June 30
The May wildfires aboard Camp Pendleton were a stark reminder that a blaze can break out anytime, anywhere when weather conditions are dry, hot, and windy. That's why Camp Pendleton officials are currently training active-duty Marines on the ins and outs of battling wildfires.
- June 17
At least three lanes on northbound Interstate 805 just north of Bonita Road were closed briefly as crews battled a brush fire in a riverbed.
- June 13
The Board of Supervisors will review Tuesday the aftermath of last month’s fires and discuss recommendations to better prepare the region for the upcoming fire season.
- June 2
Alberto Serrato, 57, faces 13 years in prison if convicted of fanning flames in the San Luis Rey riverbed.
- June 1
San Diego skies were filled with more than smoke when wildfires tore across the county in mid-May. Firefighters were using a variety of aircraft to calm the flames enough for firefighters on the ground to make a stand.
- May 26
A fire blackened about a half-acre of brush today outside Valley Center.
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