Evacuation Orders Lift For Some In Southern California Mudslide AreaAuthorities are allowing some Montecito residents to return home, two weeks after mudslides ravaged the Southern California community and killed at least 21 people.
PG&E Expects To Have Power Restored In Fire Zones By MondayPacific Gas and Electric Company officials announced they expect to restore power to all its customers in the fire zones by late Monday.
Encroaching Atlas Fire Spurs Evacuations For Parts Of FairfieldThe massive Atlas Fire that started in Napa County started moving to the northern edge of Fairfield Wednesday afternoon, triggering new evacuations.
Punishing Winds, Rain From Irma Batter Much Of FloridaHurricane Irma pummeled Florida with winds up to 130 mph Sunday, swamping homes and boats, knocking out power to millions and toppling massive construction cranes over the Miami skyline.
Canyon Fire In Napa County Triggers Evacuations Near Lake BerryeesaA rapidly spreading wildfire near Lake Berryessa quickly grew to more than 75 acres Friday and forced the evacuation of homes near Highway 128, authorities said.
More Evacuations Near Site Of Oakland Construction FireOccupants of a commercial building near the site of a four-alarm fire Friday morning in Oakland must evacuate because the safety of the building is in question, city officials said Sunday.
Most Residents Displaced by Oakland Fire Allowed to Return SundayA shelter that had been set up for displaced residents will close at 7 p.m. Sunday.
Crews Pull Down Massive Crane At Oakland Fire SiteA massive crane, damaged by the intense flames of a 4-alarm fire and teetering precariously high above an Oakland neighborhood, was pulled to the ground by work crews Saturday night.
Tulare County Homes Evacuated After River Swells From SnowmeltAuthorities say 90 homes remained under mandatory evacuation orders following levee breaches along the Kings River in Central California.
Flood Victims Line Up At Assistance Center In San Jose For Food, Clothing, Peace Of MindMore than a hundred San Jose families lined up at assistance centers Saturday looking for help days after getting forced from their homes by flooding from Coyote Creek.
Rain Begins Falling In Oroville; Emergency Still In PlaceA light rain began falling in Oroville Wednesday as residents and state water officials continued to keep a vigilant watch over the massive Oroville Dam and its spillways for any signs that the structure was once again weakening.
Tons Of Rocks Bolster Failing Oroville Dam SpillwayA fleet of state and National Guard helicopters were preparing to dump tons of rocks on an eroding spillway at the Oroville Dam Monday, carrying with them the hopes of more than 188,000 evacuees who fled in panic when a collapse appeared to be imminent.