Sinkhole Opens Up In Santa Rosa Area Burned By WildfireHeavy rain overnight caused a small sinkhole Thursday morning in a street in the Fountaingrove area of Santa Rosa.
Heavy Rains Threaten To Erode Santa Rosa's Burnt Out NeighborhoodsSanta Rosa communities burned in the wildfires fear heavy rains will bring erosion.
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.
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
Santa Rosa Wildfire Victims Consider Collective Rebuilding Of Their HomesPeople who lost their homes in the North Bay wildfires have a lot of rebuilding work ahead of them.
ChefsGivingCBS Radio, KCBS, chefs, restaurants and wineries unite in support of those devastated by the North Bay fires. Click here or visit cbsSF.com/chefsgiving
Santa Rosa Public Schools Remain Closed While Decontamination UnderwayThe top priority for Santa Rosa public schools, following the devastating wildfires, is decontamination.
Wildfire Victims Sue PG&E While Officials Continue To Investigate CauseThe first lawsuit in the wine country wildfires was filed by a Santa Rosa couple who blames PG&E for the fire that turned their home to ash.
Skydrone 5 Video Shows Extent Of Coffey Park DestructionAlmost a week after the deadly Tubbs Fire ravaged the Santa Rosa neighborhood of Coffey Park, KPIX 5 got an exclusive view of the devastation from Skydrone 5.
Wildfire Evacuees Reunite With Pets They Didn't Think Had SurvivedAmid all the destruction, there is a ray of light as beloved pets lost during the wildfires are reunited with their families.
5 Firefighters Injured In Santa Cruz Mountains Wildfire; Homes EvacuatedFive firefighters were injured early Tuesday as a growing vegetation fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Boulder Creek burned through at least 150 acres and forced residents to evacuate their homes.