Glass Fire Update: Containment Reaches 66%; Supply Stations Open For EvacueesFirefighters logged additional progress in battling the Glass Fire burning in Napa and Sonoma counties Thursday, as more evacuation orders were downgraded or rescinded.
Glass Fire: Returning Evacuees Relieved To See Calistoga Spared From FlamesCalistoga is still here, saved from the Glass Fire which burned all the way down to the Silverado Trail just outside town.
Glass Fire: 'No Forward Progress' On Northern Edge Of Blaze; Firefighters Aided By Change In Weather An intense effort by helicopter crews and firefighters over the last 24 hours has halted the advance of the massive Glass Fire toward Lake County as containment of the 67,200-acre blaze grew to 58%
Reports Says Poor Planning, Heat Caused California BlackoutsA new report found that poor planning coupled with extreme weather caused rolling blackouts that affected hundreds of thousands of people during an August heat wave, energy regulators said Tuesday.
Glass Fire Update: 16 Firefighters Evaluated For Possible Carbon Monoxide Exposure; Angwin Residents Allowed To Return HomeSeveral firefighters battling the Glass Fire were evaluated for possible exposure to carbon monoxide Tuesday with one requiring further hospitalization, Cal Fire officials said.
Glass Fire: Wildfires Have Some Angwin Townsfolk Wanting To Leave Wine CountryThe town of Angwin is situated in the forests of northern Napa County. The 3,000 residents here have been evacuated so many times that some are beginning to question if they should be living here at all.
Glass Fire: Extreme Weather Conditions Dissipate; Relieved Calistoga Residents Return Home; 'So Grateful Our Town Was Saved' After a week of temperatures soaring into upper 90s and triple digits, firefighters battling the massive Glass Fire finally got relief Monday from the sweltering conditions as evacuated residents returned to their Calistoga homes abandoned as a wall of flames bore down on the wine county community last week.
August Complex: Massive Northern California Wildfire Grows To More Than 1 Million AcresA lightning spark wildfire, burning mostly in wilderness areas of seven Northern California counties, grew to more than 1 million acres Monday -- the largest fire in California state history and spanning an area equal to the size of the state of Rhode Island.
Winemaker's Voice: Lamborn Family Vineyards Owner -- 'They Saved Our Vineyard'As members of the Lamborn Family Vineyards drove up Howell Mountains Saturday, their hearts sank as they saw the widespread damage the Glass Fire has left in its wake.
Record Torched: 2020 California Wildfires Have Burned More Than 4 Million AcresWildfires across California have burned "well over" 4 million acres so far this year with about two months remaining in the fire season.
Glass Fire Update: Blaze Grows To 64,900 Acres, 26 Percent Containment; 487 Homes, 316 Commercial Buildings Destroyed; Calistoga Residents Allowed To Return HomeWhile hopes soared as local meteorologists brought word of possible showers next weekend for the San Francisco Bay Area, battle-hardened Cal Fire officials were not quite as optimistic that the weather front will bring an end to the massive Glass Fire and other blazes raging across the region.
Smoke Clears Over Napa Valley Prompting Fear of Rising Temps, Fire ResurgenceEvacuations continue as the Glass Fire continues to blaze up the Napa Valley and now the clearing air may actually cause problems for firefighters.
Glass Fire Update: New Evacuation Orders Issued For Northern Napa CountyThe Glass Fire continued its march toward Lake County Sunday, triggering new evacuation orders for residents living in northern Napa County.
Glass Fire Update: American Samoan Firefighters Rock Social Media With Their War DanceAs the Glass Fire has raged through the picturesque landscape of wine country, fire crews have answered the call to battle blaze from across California, the nation and the globe.
Glass Fire Update: Volunteers Rally To Aid Thousands Driven From Their Homes By Glass FireThe Glass Fire has left a wide path destruction in Sonoma and Napa counties, destroying at least 297 homes and forcing roughly 52,000 residents to evacuate. The help give aid to the fire victims, volunteers have begun distributing food and clothing.