A pedestrian walks by a mobile home that shifted off of its foundation at a mobile home park following a reported 6.0 earthquake on August 24, 2014 in Napa. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Residents Rebuilding From Napa Earthquake Urged To Beware Of Contractor Scams

Napa Valley residents making repairs to their homes following the 6.0-magnitude earthquake that struck near American Canyon early Sunday should only hire California-licensed contractors to avoid being scammed.


Workers talk as they stand next to burned homes near the epicenter of the gas line explosion September 24, 2010 in San Bruno. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Four Years After Pipeline Explosion, San Bruno Neighborhood Still Rebuilding

Four years after a pipeline explosion tore through San Bruno’s Crestmoor neighborhood, the area is still rebuilding. Residents said they are fatigued by the construction.



NorCal Beer Maker Helping Monks Rebuild Spanish Monastery

Monks in a small Northern California town are rebuilding a 16th Century Spanish monastery with help from what may seem an unlikely source: beer.


Pier 29

San Francisco Begins Pier 29 Reconstruction After 4-Alarm Fire

The City has won a speedy settlement from its insurance company.


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Crescent City Still Rebuilding After Devastating Tsunami

The town’s harbor was hit with $40 million in damages.


San Bruno Explosion Cleanup

1st Home Being Rebuilt At Site Of San Bruno Gas Explosion

Two people who survived last year’s deadly natural gas explosion in San Bruno broke ground on a new home.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–05/10/2011

A chimney is all that remains at a burned home near the epicenter of the gas line explosion that devastated a neighborhood in San Bruno. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

KCBS In Depth: Lessons From San Bruno Fire And Explosion

In this KCBS In Depth interview, San Bruno mayor Jim Ruane says he has been less than pleased with the financial assistance his city has received since the explosion and fire.


Obama Commits to Revival of Gulf Coast

NEW ORLEANS (AP) _ Five years after Hurricane Katrina’s wrath, President Barack Obama sought to reassure disaster-weary Gulf Coast residents Sunday that he would not abandon their cause.