The Governator at the Malibu fire news conference. ("Conditions are really terrible," he says. D'oh.)
Fire officials warn about capricious winds, that entire city must stay on alert.
Malibu's acting mayor takes the mike and, once again, starts thanking fellow officials. News channels instantly cut away and go back to covering the fire.
The major update at this time: tanker planes now fighting the fire, which burns with renewed vigor, in Carbon Canyon area.
Our fire, about 2,500 acres, is now 10 percent contained. It burns east of Carbon Canyon, though with high winds, all parts of the city remain on alert. All schools here and in Topanga are closed.
State of emergency in seven counties. Reciprocal aid coming from Nevada and surrounding states.