SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – There has been no significant growth of the Lava Fire over the last few days. The lightning-caused wildfire was first reported on Thursday, June 24 near the community of Weed. The fire was kept to below ...

LAKE SHASTINA, Cali. – NBC5 News is learning more about an emergency helicopter landing in a lake in Siskiyou County Wednesday. The only man on board the helicopter swam away safely. But the investigation into what happened is only just ...

SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – Crews believe the Lava Fire will be completely contained early next week. The lightning-caused wildfire was first reported on Thursday, June 24 near the community of Weed. The fire was kept to below 2,000 acres in ...

LAKE SHASTINA, Calif. — A helicopter fighting the Lava Fire performed an emergency landing into Lake Shastina Wednesday afternoon. The Siskiyou County Sheriff says the pilot was able to swim to shore and is safe. Shasta-Trinity National Forest says the ...

WEED, Calif. – People living near the Lava Fire are no longer under any evacuation orders or warnings. The lightning-caused wildfire was first reported on Friday, June 25 about 3.5 miles northeast of Weed and 4.5 miles southeast of Lake ...

WEED, CA. — Nearly 25,000 acres have burned in the Lava Fire near Weed, California. Derek Tisinger with California Interagency Incident Management Team 1 says the fire is 70% contained. He says crews have been struggling to fight the fire ...

WEED, CA. — After being evacuated from the Lava Fire, a small ranch is back home tonight. Kathy Howard, owner of Shasta Valley Ranch says people come to ride her 3 horses, bring their own horses out to ride, and ...

WEED, Calif. – People living near the Lava Fire can now return home. The lightning-caused wildfire was first reported on Friday, June 25 about 3.5 miles northeast of Weed and 4.5 miles southeast of Lake Shastina in the Shasta-Trinity National ...

WEED, Calif. — Even the slight drop in temperatures has helped firefighters continue to make progress on the Lava Fire, burning in Siskiyou County. As of Friday night, the lava fire is at 23,849 acres. After more accurate mapping, it ...

WEED, Calif. – The Lava Fire burning northeast of Weed, California is nearing 24,000 acres in size. The lightning-caused wildfire was first reported on Friday, June 25 about 3.5 miles northeast of Weed and 4.5 miles southeast of Lake Shastina ...