Bay Area Cities, Counties Receive Sanctuary Warning Letters From DOJThe cities of San Francisco, Berkeley and Fremont were among 29 jurisdictions nationwide to receive sanctuary warning letters from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Auto Dismantler Donates Work To Wine Country Wildfire VictimsA Sonoma County man is making it his mission to remove cars burned in the wine country wildfires and get them to scrapyards.
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.
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.
Wine Country Fire Victims Seek Housing In Tight, Pricey MarketThe most destructive wildfires in California's history killed 43 people and have left thousands of residents in the fire zone north of San Francisco scrambling for shelter.
Weekend Rain Not Expected To Cause Debris Flows In Fire Burn Areas
Sonoma County To Re-Assess Properties In Areas Burned By WildfiresThe Sonoma County Assessor’s Office will be sending teams of appraisers to burned areas of the county starting Monday to inspect fire-damaged properties.
North Bay Agencies Work To Reduce Risk Of Flooding, Water Pollution After WildfiresNearly a dozen agencies in Sonoma County are working to reduce the risk of flooding and pollution of drinking water by sediment and debris in the wake of the wildfires that devastated the county earlier this month.
Officials Concerned About Mosquitoes Breeding In Fire-Ravaged Backyard Pools Sonoma County health officials are concerned by the mosquito breeding threat posed by backyard pools in homes that were destroyed in this month's devastating wildfire outbreak.
National Guard Scales Back Patrols In Areas Devastated By WildfiresThe National Guard is scaling back its patrols in wine country, raising fears of more looting in the fire zones.

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