Fire Victim's Pickup Stolen Outside Windsor HotelThe Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s to help find a truck that recently was recently stolen from a Windsor hotel.
PG&E Plans To Cut 25,000 Fire-Damaged TreesPacific Gas and Electric Co. plans to cut down up to 25,000 fire-damaged trees in an effort to protect power lines in 13 counties across Northern and Central California.
Man Kills Himself In Ruins Of His Burned Out Santa Rosa HomeAuthorities say a 70-year-old man apparently shot and killed himself amid the remains of his home that burned in last month's Northern California firestorms.
Study Will Test Firefighters for Exposure to Toxins in North Bay WildfiresResearchers are studying whether firefighters suffered any toxic exposure in last month's deadly Northern California wildfires.
Donated Bikes Boost Spirits of North Bay Wildfire VictimsOn Saturday in Santa Rosa, hundreds of bikes were handed out to people who lost everything in the North Bay wildfires.
Napa County Deadline For Fire Debris Removal Applications ExtendedNapa County officials have extended the deadline for property owners to sign up for government-paid debris and ash removal from their fire damaged or destroyed homes to 5 p.m. Monday.
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.
CPUC Approves Emergency Resolution To Protect Wildfire VictimsThe California Public Utilities Commission on Thursday approved an emergency resolution that directs energy, water and telecommunications utilities to protect consumers who were impacted by wildfires last month.
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.
Thousands Of Santa Rosa Fire Victims Missing Paperwork For FEMA Debris RemovalThe Environmental Protection Agency has cleared hazardous waste from 63 percent of the fire-ravaged homes in Sonoma County, but many families are still missing paperwork.
FEMA To Provide Wildfire Victims Temporary Housing At Sonoma FairgroundsHousing from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is coming to the Sonoma County Fairgrounds to provide temporary homes for wildfire victims.
Marin Firefighters Seek Bicycles, Helmets For Wildfire VictimsMarin County firefighters are collecting bicycles and helmets for North Bay families who were burned out of their homes during last month’s wildfires.