Here is the tweetgrid.com layout that I am using to monitor twitter for up to date info on the fire (lots of pics too). I think that this tweetgrid is the best source of raw, up to the minute information that I have found, give it a try! http://is.gd/2ES3L
I have been asked what search terms are used for the columns in the tweetgrid.com link, above (which you should feel free to modify).
1. La Canada OR Flintridge
2. La Crescenta OR Tujunga OR Sunland -handyman (the "-handyman" switch eliminates some annoying twitter spam)
3. "Angeles National Forest" OR "Station Fire" OR "Angeles Crest"
Likewise, there is an updating graphics engine at Twitcaps that will present you with photos and videos from around the web. I am using the search term "La Canada", please modify it to your town or even "station fire" for slightly different results. http://twitcaps.com/search?q=La+Canada
KNX1070 has streaming audio available and is doing fantastic job of covering fire, very current info. (and, it even works on my mac!) http://www.knx1070.com/
KABC is a great source of streaming video, @wilw (author/director/actor Wil Wheaton) on twitter sez "Thank you to @abc7 for being the ONLY local station covering the huge brushfire that's threatening homes in La Crescenta, where I grew up." http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/index
Live fire and police radio frequencies can be monitored streaming over web here (try the feeds with the most listeners first): http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?ctid=201
La Canada Flintridge city website has fire updates. Looks like they're posted hourly (mostly): http://www.lacanadaflintridge.com/
Insightful and information-rich blog of the fire from a firefighter's perspective. Great maps and satellite imagery. http://firefighterblog.blogspot.com/
Aggregated data collected by the Los Angeles Times and displayed in Google Maps http://tr.im/xknl
Mount Wilson Observatory Webcam (west view), LIVE! Updated every two minutes. http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~obs/towercam.htm
Mt Wilson Observatory Blog, lots of fire updates from their perspective: http://www.mtwilson.edu/fire.php
The LA County Fire Department website with tips for evacuations and safety during fire storm situations. http://www.fire.lacounty.gov/SafetyPreparedness/SafetyPrepFireStorms.asp
City of Glendale Emergency Opera tions Center fire information (lists evacuation info for La Crescenta): http://www.ci.glendale.ca.us/
Altadena blog begins to track fire updates as fire spreads in that direction. They have redirected a weathercam toward the approaching fire. http://www.altadenablog.com/2009/08/station-fire-continuing-updates.html
Directory of Glendale blog starts tracking fire updates: http://www.directoryofglendale.com/blog/headline/hourly-updates-la-canada-fli...
"The Real La Canada" friend feed is collecting information and stories about the fire from locals, check it out at http://friendfeed.com/thereallacanada
Another good list of resources, photos, and other information about the Station Fire from Susan Kitchens at 2020 Hindsight: http://www.2020hindsight.org/2009/08/29/station-fire-in-la-canada/
Excellent article about the the effects of this and other fires on the local residents by Kathy Kristof of CBS Moneywatch http://tr.im/xqtJ
This is Station Fire: http://twitpic.com/fx2f8
8/31/09 NEW LINKS:
As the fire spreads, there are new links that may begin to contain relevant information to those tracking the fires, such as:
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff incident news web site: http://incident.scvsheriff.com/news_room/
LA County Fire Department information: http://www.fire.lacounty.gov/
LA County Department of Public Works, Road Closure Info: http://dpwgis.co.la.ca.us/website/roadclosures/main.cfm
Phil Hulett of KFWB is back on the job, get breaking fire updates at http://twitter.com/philhulett/
TCN North Now: news about Glendale, Crescenta Valley, Burbank and La Cañada - summarizes some good local fire news coverage: http://tcnnorth.wordpress.com/
***Please note, this post is now closed. However, most of the links are to dynamic information sources that update periodically, and can still be of great value to anyone trying to stay on top of the fires.