State Regulators Tour Devastated Town Of Paradise To Learn Wildfire LessonsSix months ago, the Camp Fire began tearing through the Butte County town of Paradise.  But along with all the devastation came some important lessons; Wednesday morning, state regulators toured the area to see how fire preparation and response can be improved. 
Judge To Order PG&E Board Members To Visit Fire-Devastated ParadiseA federal judge in San Francisco said Tuesday that he plans to order Pacific Gas and Electric's board of directors to visit Paradise, the Butte County town that was mostly destroyed by the deadly Camp Fire in 2018.
Water Flowing Again Down Rebuilt Oroville Dam SpillwayWater thundered down the rebuilt Oroville Dam spillway Tuesday for the first time since it crumbled in a near catastrophe that sent 180,000 local residents fleeing from their homes in 2017.
Oroville Spillway To Open After Dam Failure Of 2017Almost 51 years after it was dedicated by Governor Reagan, the Oroville Dam is getting ready for yet another opening day -- the first use of the new spillway, after the spillway failure and damn crisis of February 2017.
Paradise Residents Living In RVs On Burned Properties May Be Forced To MoveThe town of Paradise could soon lose its FEMA money to rebuild after last year's deadly Camp Fire, if some residents don't move out fast.
Flash Flood Watch Issued for Camp Fire Burn AreaThe National Weather Service says mud and debris flows are possible in and around the town of Paradise through 9 p.m. Sunday.
CA Wildfire Burn Zones Prepare For Possible MudslidesSonoma County officials are warning residents about the possibility of mudslides in the areas burned by the 2017 wildfires. Likewise, Butte County officials prepared for mudslides and flooding in the Camp Fire zone.
Butte County Sues PG&E Over Camp FireButte County, where the deadly Camp Fire killed 86 people and destroyed the town of Paradise last year, has sued Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
Funnel Cloud Forms Over Hwy 70 In OrovilleImages of a looming funnel cloud forming over Highway 70 in Oroville surfaced on social media on Wednesday afternoon.
AG: PG&E Could Face Murder Charges For Role In Deadly Camp FirePG&E could face criminal charges as serious as manslaughter or murder in the wake of the deadly Camp Fire.
Gov. Brown Grants Pardons to Couple Who Lost Home in Camp FireA woman who lost her home in California's most destructive wildfire ever says she and her husband are humbled to have received pardons from Gov. Jerry Brown for old drug crimes.