Online Sources Abound For News Of Calif. Wildfires

ACTON, Calif. -- AUGUST 30: Spot fires glow after the Station Fire burned through August 30, 2009. ( i

In Acton, Calif., the sky glowed red last night. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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ACTON, Calif. -- AUGUST 30: Spot fires glow after the Station Fire burned through August 30, 2009. (

In Acton, Calif., the sky glowed red last night.

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

As wildfires continue to rage in some of the mountains of Los Angeles County, here are some online resources for the latest news about affected areas, evacuations, road closures and other critical information:

— The County of Los Angeles Fire Department's website.

— KPCC's "Fire Updates." There's a link on that page to the station's live stream.

KCAL-TV's "FireWatch".

— The Los Angeles Times' LATimesfires twitter page(use @latimesfirest to get there).

— KABC-TV's list of school closures, its interactive map and its Twitter page (use @abc7 to get there).

— The LAFD's Flickr account.

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