Zogg Fire Update: Fourth Death Confirmed In Massive NorCal WildfireAuthorities on Wednesday confirmed a fourth person has died in connection with the still-growing Zogg Fire burning in Shasta and Tehama counties.
Zogg Fire Update: Deadly Blaze In Shasta And Tehama Counties Grows To Over 50,000 AcresThe Zogg Fire in Shasta and Tehama counties continued to grow overnight, topping 40,000 acres as of Tuesday morning, according to authorities.
Zogg Fire Update: Three Fatalities Confirmed As Shasta County Wildfire Grows To Over 31,000 AcresThe Zogg Fire in Shasta County continued to rage unabated Monday, exploding to over 31,000 acres in size with three confirmed fatalities, authorities said.
Once Defiant Yuba, Sutter Counties See Rise In COVID-19 CasesRising numbers prompted state officials on Thursday to place Sutter and Yuba on a monitoring list of counties with rapidly increasing caseloads.
Gusty Winds Fan San Francisco Bay Area Brushfires; Red Flag Warning Issued For Sunday NightTinder-dry brush, July 4th fireworks and gusty winds across the San Francisco Bay Area were fueling rising anxieties among local officials over the chances for a wildfire Sunday.
OR-7: First Wild Wolf Spotted In California In Decades Believed DeadA wolf that wandered from Oregon and became the first wild wolf spotted in California in almost 90 years is believed to be dead, wildlife officials said.
As Coronavirus Cases Mount In Northern California, Trump Declares A National EmergencyAs the number of confirmed coronavirus cases grew by the hours in Northern California, President Donald Trump announced Friday that he is declaring the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency.
UC Davis Infectious Disease Expert Says Coronavirus 'Out There In The Community'The confirmation of a coronavirus case in a patient with no apparent connection to China or a cruise ship means the illness is "currently circulating in the community and that anybody can get it," according to a UC Davis infectious disease expert.
Stormy Weather Will Keep Bay Area Damp Through Christmas Week Anytime the images from the GOES satellite parked high over the West Coast take on the appearance of modern art, it's guaranteed to be a wet and windy day across Northern California.
Fall Storms Driving Away Fears Of New California DroughtRecent heavy storms in California have wiped out much of the state's abnormally dry conditions.
BOMB CYCLONE: Flash Flood Watch For Kincade Fire Burn Zone; Blizzard Conditions In SierraThe first major storm in nearly six months zeroed in on Northern California Tuesday, triggering a flash flood watch for the fire-charred areas of Sonoma County, a high surf advisory, a hurricane force wind warning for the Mendocino coast and winter storm warning for the Sierra.
International Space Station Crew Offers Unique View Of Kincade FireAs 5,000 firefighters battled the massive Kincade Fire in California's wine country Wednesday, far above the astronauts aboard the International Space Station were watching the drama unfold.
Riot Breaks Out At NorCal Prison Firefighting CampAuthorities say three inmates and a staff member have been injured in a riot at a prison firefighting camp in Northern California.
Spring Storm Front Brings 'Winter Wonderland In Mid-May'Mother Nature's Spring Surprise blanketed the Sierra with snow Thursday, triggering a winter storm warning and dumping more than a month's worth of rain in some parts of the Bay Area.
Mother Nature Springs A Surprise -- Winter-Like Storm Front In MayMay is generally a relatively dry month with the average rain totals ranging from 0.43 of an inch in Livermore to 0.83 of an inch in Santa Rosa. But Mother Nature unleashed a surprise on the region on Wednesday.