The Canyon Fire is 91 percent contained and crews are mopping up, but the National Weather Service has issued a warning concerning a potential rainstorm.
The Canyon Fire has taken a greater toll than previously known.
Cal Fire has announced progress on the Canyon Fire.
The Canyon Fire has grown to 14,802 acres and is 60 percent contained.
Firefighters are making progress on the Canyon Fire.
Photos of the Canyon Fire in Tehachapi continue to be submitted by our readers.
The Tehachapi News has announced its plans for continuing coverage of the Canyon Fire and tips for readers seeking additional information.
Cal Fire has announced that the Canyon Fire has grown to 12,100 acres.
Firefighters are set to enter Day 3 of the Canyon Fire with fire activity pushing toward the desert late Monday, causing the evacuation of homes north of Rosamond in the vicinity of Tehachapi-Willow Springs Road and continued effort to protect homes and windmills.
Tehachapi News readers provide more photos of the Canyon Fire, Sept. 4, 2011
Fire officials have updated their report of acreage covered by the fire and confirmed that 12 homes have been destroyed.
Road closures, evacuations remain in place.