The now 14-year-old girl intentionally set two fires near her home back in May 2014.
A teenage girl accused of starting north San Diego’s devastating Cocos Fire is competent to stand trial, a judge ruled on Wednesday.
A friend who has known the girl for most of her young life was so shocked to learn the news that she felt sick to her stomach.
The San Diego County Sheriff's Department announced Wednesday that the Cocos Fire was intentionally set.
North County first responders felt the strong appreciation of an entire community Saturday through words, brush strokes, videos and even tears.
The disastrous wildfires that ripped through San Diego last week cost $27.9 million to fight, and $29.8 million in losses to private property owners, the County of San Diego confirmed Friday.
Latest updates from officials on San Diego's May Firestorm.
If hell on earth existed, you could imagine it’d look like the valley behind Scott Dennis’ home last Wednesday. The Cocos Fire reached his Coronado Hills neighborhood destroying a number of homes.
The City of San Marcos has announced plans to hold a public ceremony in honor of those who fought the Cocos Fire and helped residents evacuate.
One man's photo could be the piece that helps solve the jigsaw puzzle as to who or what started the devastating fire.
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