Crews Batted Back the Blaze Where it Jumped Mono Creek
Crews batted back the blaze where it jumped Mono Creek. Read story.
Los Padres National Forest makes area around fire a "no go" zone. Read story.
Fire Pushed Toward Agua Caliente Canyon
A spot fire ignited east of Mono Creek pushes the Rey Fire beyond the planned containment line towards Agua Caliente Canyon. Read story.
Fire Jumps Mono Creek to the North; Drones Repeatedly Invade Airspace
Fire jumps Mono Creek to the north; drones repeatedly invade airspace. Read story.
Grows to 31,255 Acres but Is Now 35% Contained
It's grown to 31,255 acres but is now 35% contained. Read story.
Wind Brings Surprising Twists and Continuing Drama
Wind brings surprising twists and continuing drama. Read story.
Despite ominous skies, firefighters continue to make progress. Read story.
Now blocked at Painted Cave and Gibraltar roads. Read story.
It's moving away from populated areas along the coast. Read story.
Good News: Wind is Light; Bad News: Terrain Especially Steep and Inaccessible
Good news: wind is light; bad news: terrain is especially steep and inaccessible. Read story.
Big Smoke and Much Movement But Fire Remains in Backcountry
Big smoke and much movement but wildfire remains in backcountry. Read story.
Winds Shifting, Smoke from Fire Visible from Santa Barbara
[UPDATE] Winds now shifting out of the west; smoke from fire visible from Santa Barbara. Read story.
The acreage count is now nearly 19,000 acres. It is 10 percent contained. Read story.
Major Progress Made in Containment; Concern Shifts to Northeast Corner
Major progress made in containment; concern shifts to northeast corner. Read story.
[Update]: The latest acreage count is 13,224 acres. Read story.