NorCal Sheriff's Deputy Critical After Getting Swept Into Ocean With SonA Lake County Sheriff’s deputy remains in critical condition after being swept into the ocean along the Mendocino Coast earlier this week.
Wildflowers Return To Lake County Following Devastating WildfiresLast year's fire burned more than 75,000 acres in Lake County but now wildfires are pushing through.
Residents Face Long Road To Recovery After Devastating Valley FireMonths after the Valley Fire killed 4 and wiped out 1,300 homes in Lake County, residents face personal and logistical hurdles that put full recovery years away.
Accused ‘Hefty Heister’ Arrested After Chase Caught On CameraDeputies in Lake County arrested a man suspected of being the serial bank robber dubbed the “Hefty Heister,” following a chase that was caught on video.
Make Fire-Ravaged Lake County Green Again By Donating Potted Christmas Trees To Valley Fire VictimsYou can spread some green holiday cheer this season by helping the victims of the Valley Fire with your Christmas tree, once you’re done with it.
Middletown Students Return To School After Devastating Valley FireStudents in Middletown are going back to school Monday for the first time since the devastating Valley Fire.
NASA Images Reveal Massive 'Burn Scar' Created By Deadly Valley FireNewly-released images from NASA reveal in graphic detail the massive devastation of the deadly Valley Fire that has burned 76,067 acres in Northern California.
4th Body Found In Valley Fire Area; Presumed To Be Of Missing ManLake County sheriff’s deputies found human remains in the Valley Fire area Tuesday evening that are presumed to be those of a missing Cobb man, 66-year-old Robert Taylor Fletcher, a sheriff’s lieutenant said.
Some Valley Fire Evacuees Return To Little More Than AshKrystal La Plante and her boyfriend returned to the remains of their three-bedroom home to find only a ceramic drip coffee pot and one of her pottery pieces. Her little "piece of heaven," flanked by trees as high as she could see, was gone.
More Homes Destroyed, As Firefighters Battle Massive Wildfires In 100 Degree WeatherHeat is descending again on the two deadly and destructive Northern California wildfires after a few days of fair and favorable conditions, raising fears that major gains could be undone.
Return Of Hot Weather Could Flare Up Valley Fire FlamesAs crews increase their chokehold on a deadly wildfire burning about 100 miles north of San Francisco, fire officials worry that warmer weather expected over the weekend could flare the flames further.
President Obama Calls Gov. Brown, Pledges Support To Valley Fire VictimsThe president called Governor Brown to express his concern for impacted California residents and his gratitude for the firefighters and others responding to the massive blaze. The federal government will continue its support for Valley Fire victims, Obama told Brown.

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