California wildfire overall statistics: - Acreage: 479,756
- Homes Destroyed: At least 1,800, according to authorities.
- Deaths: Seven confirmed fire deaths, seven fire-related deaths.
- Injuries: 27 to civilians, 52 to firefighters.
- People taking shelter in the Red Cross' 24 evacuation centers: 6,001, according to the state Office of Emergency Services.
- Water dumped on the fires: 181,000 gallons, plus 14,500 gallons of fire retardant, according to the state Office of Emergency Services

Major wildfires burning in California, by county:

San Bernardino County: - Slide Fire: 11,366 acres in Green Valley Lake area of the San Bernardino Mountains. No containment. At least 200 homes destroyed. No injuries reported.
- Grass Valley Fire: 1,100 acres in Grass Valley area in the San Bernardino Mountains. 40 percent contained. At least 113 homes destroyed. No injuries reported.

San Diego County: - Witch Fire: About 197,990 acres in northern San Diego County from Witch Creek to Rancho Santa Fe. 20 percent contained. 645 homes, 30 commercial properties, 175 outbuildings and 230 autos destroyed. Property loss estimated at $251,812,500. Firefighting costs estimated at $5.3 million. Two burned bodies found in a charred home. Two civilians and 22 firefighters injured. Containment expected Tuesday.

- Poomacha Fire: 35,000 acres on the La Jolla Indian Reservation and in northeastern San Diego County. 20 percent contained. 50 homes destroyed and 12 firefighters injured.

- Horno/Ammo Fire: 17,000 acres on the Camp Pendleton Marine base. 40-50 percent contained. 800 military families displaced from homes.

- Harris Fire: 81,000 acres burned 70 miles southeast of San Diego north of the border town of Tecate. 10 percent contained. 155 homes, 17 outbuildings, 120 autos and two commercial buildings destroyed. One civilian killed, 21 injured civilians and seven injured firefighters. Containment expected Wednesday.

- Rice Fire: 9,000 acres in Fallbrook in northern San Diego County. 30 percent contained. 206 homes, 40 outbuildings, 91 autos and two commercial properties destroyed. One firefighter injured.

Ventura County: - Ranch Fire: 55,756 acres in the Castaic area near Piru. 70 percent contained. One home, eight outbuildings destroyed. One firefighter injured.

Orange County: - Santiago Fire: About 23,000 acres east of Irvine. 30 percent contained. 14 homes and eight other buildings destroyed and four minor injuries to firefighters.

Riverside County: - Rosa Fire: 411 acres near Temecula. 85 percent contained.

Santa Barbara County: - Sedgewick Fire: 710 acres near Los Olivos. Contained. No evacuations. No homes destroyed and no reports of injuries.

Contained Fires
Los Angeles:
- Buckweed: Burned 38,356 in northeastern Los Angeles County. Contained Wednesday evening. 21 homes, 22 outbuildings, two bridges and 40 vehicles destroyed. Three civilians and two firefighters injured. Firefighting costs estimated at $5.8 million.

- Canyon: Burned 4,565 acres in Malibu. Contained Wednesday. Six homes, two businesses and a church destroyed. Three firefighters suffered minor injuries. Firefighting costs estimated at $5.2 million.

- Magic: About 2,824 acres in northern Los Angeles County. Contained. No damages or injuries.

- Meadowridge: About 40 acres burned with no damage to property. Contained Tuesday.
Riverside:

- Rosa: Burned 411 acres and two outbuildings near Temecula. Contained Thursday.

- Roca: Burned 270 acres. Contained Wednesday. One home destroyed and one person injured.
San Diego:

- Cajon: 250 acres. Contained.

- McCoy: 300 acres. Contained.

- Coronado Hills: 300 acres. Contained.

- Wilcox: 200 acres. Contained.

Ventura:
- Nightsky: 35 acres. Contained.

Santa Barbara County:
- Sedgewick Fire: 710 acres near Los Olivos. Contained Monday.