A fast-moving wildfire in Southern California is threatening homes and has prompted evacuations.
The fire, which was reported Wednesday, jumped from approximately 300 acres to 2,500 acres, according to fire officials.
Some 450 firefighters are working the blaze, which is located in Riverside County.
Mandatory evacuations are in effect for the communities of Poppet Flats, Twin Pines and Silent Valley, officials said.
Leaking gas was likely to blame for an explosion that killed at least 12 people, injured 60 more and brought down part of a building in Argentina on Tuesday, state media reported Wednesday.
A man who was working at the scene in the city of Rosario before the blast ignited at 9:15 a.m. local time has been taken into custody, said the Telam news agency, which cited investigator Juan Curto.
The explosion gutted one multi-story residential building, and destroyed at least one other building next to it, while blowing out the windows of surrounding structures, images broadcast by CNN affiliate Canal 9 showed.
A massive fire shut down Nairobi's Kenyatta International Airport on Wednesday, causing extensive damage and a potentially huge toll on Kenya's tourism and commerce.
The blaze had engulfed the airport's entire international terminal, Ken Mijungu of CNN affiliate NTV reported.
No casualties were reported from the fire, which sent a large plume of thick black smoke into the sky.
The house of horrors where Ariel Castro held three women captive for a decade will crumble to pieces Wednesday as workers demolish the Cleveland home.
Castro forfeited the house on Seymour Avenue as part of a plea deal with prosecutors that took the death penalty off the table in exchange for a life sentence, plus 1,000 years in prison.
The goal is the tear the house down and get the property filled in, graded and seeded in a single day, according to Gus Frangos, president of Cuyahoga Land Bank, which is supervising the demolition.FULL STORY