Take a look at the 10 biggest wildfires in U.S. history as measured by acreage burned.
10. Wallow Fire (2011) -- 538,049 acres burned in Arizona and New Mexico
9. Murphy Complex Fire (2007) -- 653,100 acres burned in Idaho and Nevada
8. Yellowstone Fires (1988) -- 793,880 acres burned in Montana and Wyoming
7. Silverton Fire (1865) -- 1 million acres burned in Oregon
5. (tie) Great Michigan Fire (1871) -- 1.2 million acres burned in Michigan
5. (tie) Peshtigo Fire (1871) -- 1.2 million acres burned in Wisconsin
4. Taylor Complex Fire (2004) -- 1.3 million acres burned in Alaska
3. California Wildfires (2008) -- 1.5 million acres burned in Northern California
1. (tie) Great Fire of 1910 -- 3 million acres burned in Idaho, Montana and Washington state
1. (tie) Miramichi Fire (1825) -- 3 million acres burned in Maine and New Brunswick
Photo Courtesy: Santa Barbara County Fire Dept.
A woman was killed following a vehicle accident on Highway 1 just south of Jalama Road that occurred at approximately 1:23 a.m. Friday.
The autopsy report shows the death of a Goleta man was accidental. His body was found after a week of searching when he failed to show up for work.
A marching band from Ireland will be in the July 4th parade in Santa Barbara this weekend.
After a two month investigation, DNA evidence linked 55-year-old Jose Guadalupe Langarcia of Oxnard to a kidnapping and rape near Oxnard State Beach Park.
If you enjoy lunch or dinner today at Joe's Crab Shack in Ventura, a portion of your check will help grant wishes of sick kids in our community!
Source: Santa Maria Police Department
19-year-old Tyler Hugh Gentry of Santa Maria, was arrested by police on Thursday afternoon after leading officers on a short pursuit.
While many will be cheering the sights and sounds of fireworks this weekend, some combat veterans struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder during this time of the year.
Here's what is happening this weekend up and down the coast.
Keep you and your friends and family healthy and safe over the Fourth of July weekend with these tips.
U.S. National Archives
The United States declares its independence, an "Iron Horse" retires, the Beach Boys hit No. 1 for the first time, and we lose three presidents, all on this day.
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