FEMA Assistance Office Set To Shut Down In NapaA month and a half after the destructive Wine Country wildfires, the city of Napa marked a milestone Monday: it was the last day for to apply for federal assistance for residents.
Looming FEMA Deadline Hovers Over Napa Fire VictimsLast minute applicants stopped by the local government help centers to see what help may be available to them. KCBS's Jeffrey Schaub was there to talk to the curious.
FBI Coming To Aid Of Wine Country Wildfire VictimsThe FBI has launched a task force of federal, state and local agencies in an attempt to stem the growing tide of fraudulent fire claims being filed in the wake of the deadly and devastating wine country wildfires.
Thousands Of Santa Rosa Fire Victims Missing Paperwork For FEMA Debris RemovalThe Environmental Protection Agency has cleared hazardous waste from 63 percent of the fire-ravaged homes in Sonoma County, but many families are still missing paperwork.
FEMA To Provide Wildfire Victims Temporary Housing At Sonoma FairgroundsHousing from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is coming to the Sonoma County Fairgrounds to provide temporary homes for wildfire victims.
FEMA: Natural Disaster Relief Costing $200,000,000 A DayThe U.S. is spending more than $200 million a day responding to recent hurricanes and the California wildfires, the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency told Congress Tuesday.
Mounting Disasters Strain FEMA's Ability to Deliver Promised ReliefA string of large-scale disasters across the United States means FEMA could have a hard time making good on all its promises to localities of recovery funding.
Napa County DA Warns Residents About Fraudulent FEMA Assistance ScamThe District Attorney for Napa County Allison Haley is warning residents about fraudulent Federal Emergency Management Agency applications by identity thieves capitalizing on the deadly and destructive North Bay fires.
Oroville Dam Repair Costs Will Top $500 MillionThe costs to repair the nation's tallest dam after a nearly catastrophic failure of the spillways will top $500 million, nearly double the original estimate.
Next Chapter Begins For 6,000 In Sonoma County Who Lost Homes To WildfireMore than 6,000 people in Sonoma County lost their homes and most are desperate to go back and sift through debris.
FEMA Administrator Arrives In Wine Country To See Fire DamageFEMA Administrator Brock Long will meet with Gov. Jerry Brown and state and local government officials and see the damage from the North Bay wildfires,
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.