Sierra at Tahoe Continues Caldor Fire Repairs With Arrival of Chair-Lift CableOfficials at Sierra at Tahoe said the ski resort is a step closer to reopening as crews continue to repair damage caused the Caldor Fire.
Dog Lost During Caldor Fire Evacuation Located In Snowy SierraA dog separated from his owner last summer as a wildfire forced evacuations in Northern California mountains was found after a backcountry skier spotted the animal in deep snow last month, prompting an intense rescue operation.
Father, Son Accused Of Starting Caldor Fire Out On Reduced BailA father and son charged with sparking a devastating Northern California wildfire that destroyed about 1,000 homes near Lake Tahoe earlier this year are out of jail after a judge vastly reduced their bail.
Father, Son Suspected of Starting Caldor Fire Plead Not GuiltyA father and son charged with starting the massive Caldor wildfire that destroyed many homes and forced tens of thousands of people to flee Lake Tahoe communities earlier this year pleaded not guilty in court Friday.
UPDATE: Charges Outlined Against Men Accused of Starting Caldor FireThe El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office has issued a criminal complaint detailing the criminal charges against two men accused of starting the devastating Caldor Fire.
2 Men Suspected Of Setting Massive Caldor Fire Under ArrestTwo men are under arrest, accused of starting the Caldor Fire earlier this year.
Massive Caldor Fire 100% Contained After Threatening Lake Tahoe RegionThe 2-month-old California wildfire that threatened the Lake Tahoe resort region over the summer has been declared 100% contained, officials said.
Weather Front Brings Snow Day To The Sierra; Snowflakes Fall On Caldor Fire Burn ZoneA low pressure system moved across the Sierra Friday morning, triggering heavy downpours, lightning strikes and snow flurries across the upper elevations including the burn zone left behind by the massive Caldor Fire.
Sonoma Co. Wildlife Refuge Asks Public's Help To Rescue Cubs Orphaned By Caldor FireThe devastating Caldor Fire turned a lot of Northern California residents into refugees, and that included three black bear cubs, who have now found a temporary home in Sonoma County. But now they need the public's help.
Closures Lifted Early For Most National Forests In CaliforniaThe U.S. Forest Service has allowed a regional closure order to end early for most national forests in California, due to decreasing fire danger.
Caldor Fire Update: Stretch Of Highway 50 Reopens; Residents Return To Burned-Out Grizzly Flats Neighborhoods Weeks after the Caldor Fire roared up Highway 50 into the Tahoe Basin, state officials reopened a stretch of the roadway Sunday as residents began an emotional return to neighborhoods ravaged by the blaze in the El Dorado County community of Grizzly Flats.
Lightning Strikes Ignite New Wildfires In El Dorado County; Tahoe Firefighters Rush To Battle BlazesCrews battling Tahoe's massive Caldor Fire were rushed from the fire lines early Friday to battle new lightning-ignited wildfires throughout El Dorado County as a cold front rolled over the region, carrying with it thundershowers.
Firefighters Hold Caldor, Dixie Fires In Check; Newly Arrived Hot Shot Teams Bolster Fire Lines For the first time in nearly two months, the raging flames of Northern California's two megafires -- the Caldor Fire in Tahoe and the Dixie Fire in Plumas County -- showed little growth overnight as firefighters gained containment of the two blazes that have burned more than 1,720 square miles.
Caldor Fire Update: Containment Hits 50%; Soaring Temperatures Elevate Fire Danger AgainAs the intensity of the Caldor Fire eased and containment increased Tuesday, the thousands of firefighters battling the massive blaze faced a new challenge -- a sweltering heat wave that sent temperatures in the Tahoe Basin soaring to near triple digits.
How To Help Caldor Fire VictimsAs the intensity of the Caldor Fire eased and containment increased Tuesday, thousands were returning to the homes after spending weeks or days in evacuation centers.