Wildfire Victims Hit A Snag On The Road To RebuildingA shortage of labor has stalled rebuilding efforts in one of Santa Rosa's hardest hit neighborhoods.
PG&E Installs Temporary Power Lines In Fire-Ravaged Coffey ParkPG&E officials said Tuesday that temporary overhead power lines will be restored by Friday to the fire-ravaged Coffey Park neighborhood in Santa Rosa.
Fire Victims Celebrate Christmas In Burned Out Coffey ParkIt started with one Christmas tree placed on a burned out lot.
Holiday Cheer Arrives At Santa Rosa's Burnt Out Coffey ParkCoffey Park residents whose homes burned down aren't letting the wine country wildfires break their Christmas spirit.
Santa Rosa Fire Victims Get Home Rebuilding Plans Fast-TrackedSanta Rosa residents who lost their homes in the wine country wildfires may be back in their rebuilt homes sooner than they anticipated, in a home that may be almost exactly like the one that burned down.
Contractor Scales Back Clean-Up Crews In North Bay Fire ZoneA clean-up company on Wednesday was scaling back operations in the North Bay fire zone amid allegations the business may have less of a financial incentive to keep more crews on the job.
Wine Country Wildfires Death Toll Rises To 44A man who was badly burned in the wine country wildfires has died of his injuries, raising the death toll to 44.
Santa Rosa Coffey Park Residents Form Group To Rebuild After Fire DevastationA group of homeowners who lost everything in the wine country wildfires are forming a pseudo homeowners association to rebuild their Santa Rosa neighborhood.
Auto Dismantler Donates Work To Wine Country Wildfire VictimsA Sonoma County man is making it his mission to remove cars burned in the wine country wildfires and get them to scrapyards.
Family Photos Stolen From Wildfire Victims During Benefit ConcertA family that survived the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa went to San Francisco for a break, but instead they got their family photos stolen.
Wildfire Cleanup Reaches New Step: Clearing RuinsRumbling bulldozers and front-loaders have started scraping up the ash, charred wood and crumbled bricks and concrete left from thousands of homes and buildings destroyed by blazes in California wine country.
Rain Brings Toxic Risk, Erosion To Wine Country Scorched By WildfiresThere are new concerns in Santa Rosa that rain will bring the risk of toxic runoff.