LOS ANGELES – Firefighters are battling a wildfire that has burned about 130 acres in the Angeles National Forest northwest of Los Angeles.
Forest spokeswoman Dee Dechert says the fire was burning Sunday afternoon in the Little Tujunga Canyon area. She says it is 60 percent contained, with full containment expected Sunday night.
Officials say there have been no injuries or evacuations. Moderate winds in the area are pushing the fire away from any structures.
The blaze is burning near the site of October's Marek fire, which burned more than 4,800 acres.