Los Angeles Times

Mendocino Complex fire now second-largest in California history, officials say

The Mendocino Complex fire is now the second-largest wildfire in California history, scorching more than 273,000 acres and frustrating firefighters as it continues to leap across natural and man-made barriers in Lake County, officials said Monday morning.

The Ranch and River

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times3 min read
Kenta Maeda Notches Save, Kenley Jansen Gets The Dodgers' Win
NEW YORK - The Los Angeles Dodgers were reeling when Jedd Gyorko stepped into the batter's box to pinch-hit in the eighth inning of their 3-2 win Sunday night. They had spent seven innings wasting prime scoring opportunities against New York Mets rig
Los Angeles Times6 min read
Middle America May Not Get Late-night Newcomer Lilly Singh. They Can Deal With It
LOS ANGELES - When YouTube superstar Lilly Singh decided to join NBC's late-night block - in the sleepless 1:35 a.m. slot previously held by Carson Daly - she kept the secret for months. She didn't tell friends; she didn't tell family. They learned a
Los Angeles Times6 min read
Best Of The 2019 Toronto Film Festival: There Was 'Parasite' And There Was Everything Else
TORONTO - The Telluride and Venice film festivals have ended and Toronto is winding down. Times film critic Justin Chang and entertainment columnist Glenn Whipp took a break between a few last-minute screenings north of the border to share their earl