Feds Lift Restrictions On 747 Jumbo Firefighting Tanker UseRestrictions on the use of a 747 air tanker that played a key role in taming the deadly wine country wildfires last month have been lifted by the Government Accountability Office.
Storm Front Brings Heavy Snow To SierraA storm moving in from the Gulf of Alaska arrived Friday in Northern California, soaking the state's Redwood Coast for several hours before heading toward the Sierra.
Angry Wildfire Victims File Lawsuits Against PG&EA dozen plaintiffs filed a new lawsuit against PG&E in San Francisco on Friday, blaming the utility in the destructive Wine Country wildfires.
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.
Santa Rosa Coffey Park Residents Search For Memories Hidden Among The AshesSearching through the ashes that were once her Coffey Park home, Linda Miller hoped that she could find some small pieces of her life before the devastating Tubbs Fire.
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.
Redwood Valley Man Arrested For Shooting At Cal Fire CrewA 73-year-old Redwood Valley man has been arrested for shooting at a Cal Fire crew who were battling a wildfire bearing down on his property.
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.
Wine Country Residents Return To Fields Of Lost DreamsResidents throughout California's picturesque wine country returned to neighborhoods this weekend where fields of debris and ash stood in place of backyards filled with children, swing sets and weekend barbecues.
Mendocino County Wildfire Victims Made Final Phone CallAs the flames closed in on Jane Gardiner's Redwood Valley home early the morning of Oct. 9th, she called her step-son to tell him she was waiting for the fire department to rescue her.
Older Couples Unable To Escape The Flames Embraced A Last TimeSome had just celebrated marriages of half a century or longer. They spent their time volunteering and playing with grandchildren. A few had lived through both world wars.
Humble Hero Saved 18 From Deadly WildfireWhen the Tubbs Fire exploded outside Calistoga, it raced over a nearby ridge and into the Franz Valley. Within minutes, it was bearing down on Mayacamas Ranch.