California Aims To Find Towns That May Be The Next ParadiseThey all could be the next Paradise. Impoverished towns in the shadow of Mount Shasta. Rustic Gold Rush cities in the Sierra Nevada foothills. High-dollar resort communities on the shores of Lake Tahoe.
Fire-Ravaged Paradise Issues 1st Rebuild PermitsSmall signs of rebuilding the town of Paradise after it was destroyed by the massive Camp Fire last fall are sprouting this spring.
East Bay Fire Districts Propose Critical 14-Mile Fire-Break To Protect 500K+ ResidentsA proposed 14-mile fire-break along the north side of Highway 24 could protect 30 East Bay communities and over 500,000 people from future wildfires.
Paradise Residents Living In RVs On Burned Properties May Be Forced To MoveThe town of Paradise could soon lose its FEMA money to rebuild after last year's deadly Camp Fire, if some residents don't move out fast.
Flash Flood Watch Issued for Camp Fire Burn AreaThe National Weather Service says mud and debris flows are possible in and around the town of Paradise through 9 p.m. Sunday.
Butte County Sues PG&E Over Camp FireButte County, where the deadly Camp Fire killed 86 people and destroyed the town of Paradise last year, has sued Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
California's Camp Fire 'The World's Costliest Natural Disaster Of 2018'Northern California's historic wildfire that destroyed the town of Paradise and threatens to bankrupt PG&E, has been deemed the world’s costliest single natural disaster of 2018.
Alameda County Sheriff's Department Spearheads Holiday Bicycle Drive For Camp Fire KidsWith Christmas just around the corner, the Alameda County Sheriff's Department has organized a special delivery for the families and children of Paradise who no longer have homes.
WWII Vet Honored After Losing All War Memorabilia In Camp FireWhen the Camp Fire roared through Paradise, 94-year-old Bill Keller, a WWII veteran and combat photographer, lost everything. On Wednesday, the California National Guard honored Sgt. Keller with the California Commendation Medal for his services.
Three Workers Fired For Posting 'Abhorrent' Camp Fire Wreckage PhotosThree employees of a San Leandro construction company were fired Saturday for posting insensitive photos on social media from the wreckage left behind in Paradise by the deadly Camp Fire.
All Evacuation Orders Lifted in Camp Fire Burn ZoneThe Butte County health officer issued an advisory strongly urging people not to live on destroyed property until it is declared clear of hazardous waste, ash and debris.