Staggering Losses Of Nearly $12 Billion In California Wildfires Nearly 45,000 insurance claims totaling a staggering $11.79 billion in losses have been filed in California in the wake of devastating wildfires in wine country and Southern California.
Emergency Housing Ordinances Approved For Wildfire-Displaced ResidentsThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approved urgency ordinances to help provide emergency housing for those displaced by the wildfires.
24-Year-Old San Francisco Woman Found Dead At ResortThe Sonoma County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a 24-year-old San Francisco woman in a room at the WorldMark resort in Windsor.
Sonoma Stores, Restaurants See Customers Return On Small Business SaturdaySmall businesses in Sonoma County are desperately in need of a boost in sales after the devastating wildfires.
PG&E Claims Private Power Line Sparked Tubbs FireIn a legal filing, PG&E claims that the deadly and destructive Tubbs Fire which reduced dozens of homes in two Santa Rosa neighborhoods to piles of ash last month was sparked by a private power line.
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.
EPA Lifts Asbestos Warning For Fire Ravaged Mobile Home ParkFederal inspectors lifted an asbestos warning for the wildfire-ravaged Journey's End Mobile Home Park Wednesday, but the residents of about 20 undamaged homes still cannot move back in.
Santa Rosa Wildfire Evacuees Still Can't Return Home
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.