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 (1868) -- 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
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The man was tandem paragliding with his teenage daughter when he fell.
The cost of living in paradise is rising at an alarming rate as renters battle it out over the city's limited supply.
Source: Santa Barbara Police Department
An arrest has been made in Friday's homicide in Santa Barbara's Eastside.
Santa Barbara police arrested 32-year-old Enson Junior Lopez for the murder of 40-year-old Ian Justin O'Brien Nichols.
Three teenage boys were playing with fire when it got out of control and engulfed one them in flames.
Dr. Ron Faoro, 60, died after slipping out of his harness while tandem paragliding with his teenage daughter.
Storms across Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties produce small hail, heavy downpours and lightning Monday morning.
A couple of drivers in downtown Santa Barbara were lucky to walk away with just minor injuries after a rollover car accident this morning.
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Santa Barbara City Fire crews responded to a rollover accident Monday afternoon involving a black BMW. The vehicle landed on its roof. Luckily, no one suffered serious injuries according to the California Highway Patrol.
Emergency crews responded to a downed paraglider who plunged several thousand feet into a rugged canyon near rattlesnake trail.
Salem is gripped by witch hysteria, Yellowstone becomes the world's first national park, the Lindbergh baby is kidnapped, and the Watergate Seven are indicted, all on this day.
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