A Season of Fire


Photo: Steve Gregory

Fire officials have said 2021 is on track to be one of the worst years for wildfires. In fact, wildfire season has started earlier than ever because of severe drought and high heat.

A Season of Fire features the Fire Chiefs from the LA County Fire Department, Ventura County Fire Department, Orange County Fire Authority, The Los Angeles City Fire Department, and the Angeles National Forest. It’s the first time all 5 Chiefs have appeared on the same news program. They talk about the preparedness of residents (including a letter grade for residents), resources (including the new Helitankers), homeless encampments, and the mental health of firefighters. The program also features great house-hardening fire safety tips by KFI’s very own House Whisperer, Dean Sharp.

A Season of Fire is a production of the KFI News Department for iHeartMedia Los Angeles, produced by Steve Gregory and Jacob Gonzalez.

The program is brought to you by Duthie Power Services, So Cal's commercial and residential generator experts. For more info click here.

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LA County Fire Chief Darly OsbyPhoto: Steve Gregory

Helitanker Photo: Steve Gregory

Helitanker Photo: Steve Gregory

Helitanker Photo: Steve Gregory

Helitanker Photo: Steve Gregory

Photo: Steve Gregory

Steve Gregory interviewing a firefighter Photo: Steve Gregory

Angeles National Forest Fire Chief Robert GarciaPhoto: Steve Gregory

Photo: Steve Gregory

Super ScooperPhoto: Steve Gregory

Listen below for fire prevention tips Dean Sharp gives on A Season of Fire.

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You can also hear Dean Sharp live on KFI every Saturday morning from 6AM to 8AM and Sunday mornings from 9AM to 11AM.

Photo: Los Angeles County Fire Department

LA County Fire Chief Darly Osby Photo: County of Los Angeles

Photo: Los Angeles City Fire Department

LA City Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas Photo: City of Los Angeles

Photo: Angeles National Forest

Angeles National Forest Fire Chief Robert Garcia Photo: U.S. Forest Service

Orange County Fire Authority Chief Brian Fennessy Photo: OCFA

Photo: Ventura County Fire Department

Ventura County Fire Chief Mark Lorenzen Photo: County of Ventura


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