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.
Deadline To Submit Fire Debris Removal Plan By Private Contractor Arrives In NapaMonday is the deadline for property owners in Napa County who want a qualified private contractor to remove ash and debris from residences that were damaged or destroyed in last month's wildfires.
Napa County Deadline For Fire Debris Removal Applications ExtendedNapa County officials have extended the deadline for property owners to sign up for government-paid debris and ash removal from their fire damaged or destroyed homes to 5 p.m. Monday.
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.
After Fires, Wine Country Needs You To VisitThe fires are out, but misunderstandings about the extent of the damage has prompted an unprecedented slowdown in travel to wine country.
Deadline For Fire Debris Clean-Up Plans Looms In North BayOne month after the wine country wildfires devastated whole neighborhoods in Napa and Sonoma counties, homeowners who lost everything are faced with a tough choice: let the government clean their property or do it themselves.
Weekend Rain Not Expected To Cause Debris Flows In Fire Burn Areas
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.
Napa County Schools Reopen For Students For First Time Since WildfiresWith Napa County residents trying to return to a sense of normalcy in the wake of the Wine Country wildfires, on Monday students went back to class as all Napa public schools reopened.
8,400 Structures Destroyed In Wine Country WildfiresThe estimate of homes and structures destroyed was boosted from 6,900 late last week to 8,400 as officials neared completion of their damage assessment.
Wildfires Closer To Containment As Rain Approaches Bay AreaFirefighters continued to increase containment of the fires burning in Sonoma, Napa and Solano counties Thursday as officials raised the number of structures destroyed to nearly 7,000.
Multiple Wine Country Fires Merge Into Nuns FireSeveral of the large fires burning in Wine Country have consolidated Friday according to authorities, with some are crossing over from Sonoma County into Napa County.