'13 Reasons Why' Films At Oakland Park That's Closed Due To Fire DangerCrews from the popular Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" were spotted Tuesday filming at an Oakland park that's officially closed to the public due to high fire danger.
Palo Alto Implements Plan to Mitigate Risk of Foothills WildfireA popular hiking area in Palo Alto is extremely vulnerable to a potential wildfire but now there's a plan to reduce the threat.
Heat Watch Issued For Interior Bay Area This WeekendThe National Weather Services has issued an excessive heat watch for much of the interior Bay Area for the weekend with temperatures expected to peak between 95 and 105 degrees.
PG&E Discusses Plans For Outages During Increased Fire Danger At Open HousePG&E officials faced tough questions from their customers at an open house held in Oakland Monday meant to educate people about the utility company's plan to expand its controversial Public Safety Power Shutdown (PSPS).
Santa Clara County Launches Weed Abatement App For ResidentsA new app has been launched that could help cut down the fire danger in the South Bay by targeting areas and properties overgrown with weeds.
CoCo County Firefighters Demonstrate 4th Of July Fire DangerContra Costa Fire Assistant Chief, Chris Bachman was watching the department’s 2019 Fire Academy Class as they worked through their final phase of training. He says the firefighter’s nightmare is just around the corner -- the 4th of July.
Cal Fire Bans Burn Permits In 6 NorCal Counties Due To High Fire DangerThe increasing fire danger prompted Cal Fire to suspend burn permits in Sonoma, Lake, Napa, Solano, Yolo, and Colusa Counties. The ban does not apply to campfires within campgrounds and on private property.
Santa Rosa Fire Department Begins Inspecting Properties For Weed AbatementThe Santa Rosa Fire Department on Wednesday will begin inspecting parcels to make sure they comply with the city's weed and rubbish abatement ordinance during the fire season.
Scorching Heat Grips Bay Area As Temperatures SkyrocketA heat advisory through 9 p.m. Sunday has been issued by the National Weather Service, with residents advised to take precautions as temperatures rise to the mid-90s or higher in much of the Bay Area.
Sand Fire Burning in Yolo County Sends Smoke Across Sweltering Bay AreaSmoke from the Sand Fire in Yolo County, has been reported Saturday night over Marin, Solano and Sonoma Counties and helped make sunset over San Francisco more dramatic than usual.
North Bay Residents Grapple With Daylong Power OutagesPG&E turned electricity off around 6 a.m. to 1,600 customers in parts Napa, Solano and Yolo counties to guard against wildfires as the weather turned very windy, dry and hot.
PG&E Warns Of Power Shutoffs During Weekend Red Flag ConditionsA Red Flag Warning is in effect for the North Bay this weekend as temperatures are expected to climb, the National Weather Service says.
PG&E Ordered To Inspect All Territory For Trees, Equipment That Could Cause WildfiresA federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday tentatively ordered PG&E to inspect its entire electrical service area and remove or trim any trees and repair any damaged transmission equipment that could cause wildfires.
Cal Fire Chief Recommends Banning Home Construction In Vulnerable AreasCalifornia's increasingly deadly and destructive wildfires have become so unpredictable that government officials should consider banning home construction in vulnerable areas, the state's top firefighter says.
PG&E Cancels Preemptive Power Outages Over Fire Risk In 8 CountiesPacific Gas & Electric Company said Thursday that it would not preemptively cut power to tens of thousands of customers in several Northern California counties over the potential risk for wildfires.