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.
Homelessness Crisis Looms For Camp Fire EvacueesOn Friday, hundreds of people displaced by the camp fire were still desperate to figure out a way get a roof over their heads.
Camp Fire Evacuees At Makeshift Camp Given Deadline To LeaveThe days are numbered at a makeshift camp in a Walmart parking lot in Chico, where dozens of evacuees from the Camp Fire have been told it’s time to leave.
Remember The Five "Ps" Of Wildfire EvacuationsWildfires have become a way of life in California as the rains have become less frequent and the temperatures have grown hotter. You may find yourself needing to evacuate at moment's notice.
Massive Hurricane Michael Bearing Down On Florida PanhandleA fast and furious Hurricane Michael sped toward the Florida Panhandle on Tuesday night with 120 mph winds and a potential storm surge of 13 feet, giving tens of thousands of people precious little time to get out or board up.
FEMA To Test Presidential Alert Text Wednesday MorningThe Federal Emergency Management Agency will be coordinating a test of a presidential alert message that will be sent to users with cellphones in the U.S. Wednesday morning, according to federal officials.
Trump Won't Be Sending 'Presidential Alert' From His Phone, FEMA SaysThe "presidential alert" headed to Americans' cell phones won't actually be written by President Donald Trump, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said Tuesday.
Possibly Millions Of Water Bottles Meant For Hurricane Victims Left On Tarmac In Puerto RicoThe federal government's response to Hurricane Maria is under fresh scrutiny over photos showing what appear to be millions of water bottles meant for victims still sitting on a runway in Ceiba, Puerto Rico, more than one year after the storm.
Trump Administration Redirected Nearly $10 Million Of FEMA Funds To ICE, Documents ShowNewly revealed documents show the Trump administration took nearly $10 million away from FEMA and other federal agencies to apparently pay for immigration detention centers.
East Bay First Responders Head To North Carolina To Prep For Hurricane FlorenceA team of first responders from the East Bay traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina Monday night in preparation for Hurricane Florence.
FEMA Rejects Applications for Aid by Wine Country Wildfire VictimsMany survivors of the Wine Country wildfires say FEMA is not helping them and that its process may systemically infringe on people's rights.
FEMA Assistance Office Set To Shut Down In NapaA month and a half after the destructive Wine Country wildfires, the city of Napa marked a milestone Monday: it was the last day for to apply for federal assistance for residents.
Looming FEMA Deadline Hovers Over Napa Fire VictimsLast minute applicants stopped by the local government help centers to see what help may be available to them. KCBS's Jeffrey Schaub was there to talk to the curious.
FBI Coming To Aid Of Wine Country Wildfire VictimsThe FBI has launched a task force of federal, state and local agencies in an attempt to stem the growing tide of fraudulent fire claims being filed in the wake of the deadly and devastating wine country wildfires.