Wildfires Prompt Tougher Rules For California UtilitiesCalifornia is ordering utility companies to do more to keep power lines from sparking devastating wildfires.
Colossal SoCal Wildfire Now 4th Largest In State HistoryThe colossal wildfire burning northwest of Los Angeles became the fourth largest in California history and authorities said it would likely keep growing and threatening communities as hot, gusty winds fanned the flames.
Santa Rosa Fire Victims Lose Southern California HomeDr. Antonio Wong and his wife have lost not just one home, but two in the devastating California wildfires this fall.
Crews Gain On Massive SoCal Wildfire But Wind Threat RemainsAfter announcing increased containment on one of the biggest wildfires in California history, officials warned that communities remain at risk and the threat could increase as unpredictable winds whip up again.
1,000 Structures And Counting Destroyed In SoCal WildfiresThe blaze, which is larger than New York City, and was about 20% contained as of Tuesday morning, according to Cal Fire.
Looming FEMA Deadline Hovers Over Napa Fire VictimsLast minute applicants stopped by the local government help centers to see what help may be available to them. KCBS's Jeffrey Schaub was there to talk to the curious.
California's Historic Massive Tree Die-Off Grows By 27 MillionAn additional 27 million trees have died throughout California since November 2016, bringing the total number of trees that have died from drought and bark beetles to an historic 129 million.
The Staggering Numbers Behind The Southern California WildfiresA spate of California wildfires have destroyed an area larger than New York City and Boston -- combined. And there's no end in sight.
New Evacuations As Huge Southern California Fire Flares UpA powerful flare-up on the western edge of Southern California's largest and most destructive wildfire sent residents fleeing Sunday.
Gov. Brown: 'Firefighting at Christmas' May Become Normal in CaliforniaAs firefighters made progress containing six major wildfires from Santa Barbara to San Diego County and evacuees returned home, gusts of up to 50 mph through Sunday posed a threat of flare-ups.
Firefighters Forced to Step Aside As Winds Power SoCal InfernosFirefighters gained ground Friday and some of the earliest evacuees who fled from flames Monday were being allowed to return home. Yet new fires were popping up and danger persisted.
SoCal Wildfire Survivor Turns Home Into Donation Site For VictimsThere was a point when Sara Bethany Masterson was fleeing her home from a rapidly approaching wildfire that she thought this was it.