Flash Flooding In Camp Fire Zone Prompts New EvacuationsFor the second time in less than a month, evacuations have been ordered in the area burned by the devastating Camp Fire, this time due to flooding.
Some Camp Fire Evacuees Stunned To Find Themselves On Missing ListDixie Singh is No. 158 on the official list of people missing after Northern California's catastrophic Camp Fire. That came as news to her.
Businessman To Hands Out $1,000 Checks To Paradise High School Students, StaffA businessman pained over the destruction to the town of Paradise caused by a deadly Northern California wildfire gave out $1,000 checks to students and staff members from the local high school.
Packers Star Aaron Rodgers Donates $1M To California Fire Relief; Urges Others To HelpGreen Bay Packers star quarterback and Chico, California native Aaron Rodgers is supporting his hometown after the devastating Camp Fire with a huge donation and inviting others to pitch in.
Firefighters Gain Ground On Camp FireFire officials say firefighters have gained ground against a Northern California wildfire that killed at least 79 people.
Camp Fire Containment At 66%; Nearly 12,000 Homes DestroyedFirefighters continued gaining ground against the Camp Fire in Butte County, with containment reaching 66 percent early Monday.
Fire Evacuees In Temporary Relief Areas Seek New RefugeThere is a race to move hundreds of Camp Fire evacuees out of a Walmart parking lot in Chico as rain is expected to fall this coming week.
Pope Prays For Camp Fire Victims: 'Lord Welcome The Deceased Into His Peace'Pope Francis offered his prayers Sunday at the Vatican for the victims of California's deadly wildfires.
Camp Fire Evacuees Pushing Chico To The LimitsDriven from their homes by the destructive flames of the Camp Fire, thousands of evacuees have fled to shelters and makeshift camps in parking lots in nearby Chico, creating the seeds of a humanitarian disaster.
Mixed Feeling Among Camp Fire Evacuees Over Trump Visit
Camp Fire's Grim Toll Climbs To 77 Dead, 993 MissingThe death toll of the devastating Camp Fire grew to 77 Sunday as teams continued to search for the missing while President Donald Trump paid the fire zone a visit to see the destruction firsthand and lend support to survivors.