Firefighters Gain 100 Percent Containment Of Glass FireCal Fire officials announced 100 percent containment of the Glass Fire Tuesday -- a blaze that roared through 67,484 acres in Sonoma and Napa counties, destroying 642 homes and laying to waste 365 commercial buildings, including nearly two dozen wineries.
Glass Fire: Many Evacuees Still Without Power; Crews Brought In To Help Restore ElectricityWith the Glass Fire nearly 75 percent contained as of Friday, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. is assembling crews to begin the enormous task of restoring power.
Glass Fire: 'No Forward Progress' On Northern Edge Of Blaze; Firefighters Aided By Change In Weather An intense effort by helicopter crews and firefighters over the last 24 hours has halted the advance of the massive Glass Fire toward Lake County as containment of the 67,200-acre blaze grew to 58%
Glass Fire Update: 16 Firefighters Evaluated For Possible Carbon Monoxide Exposure; Angwin Residents Allowed To Return HomeSeveral firefighters battling the Glass Fire were evaluated for possible exposure to carbon monoxide Tuesday with one requiring further hospitalization, Cal Fire officials said.
Glass Fire Update: Easing Weekend Temps to Help Crews Battling Glass Fire Along Highway 29The Glass Fire has not reached the main part of Calistoga as firefighters are doing everything they can to defend it and other towns along Highway 29 which runs through the heart of the Napa Valley wine country.
Glass Fire Update: Crews, Neighbors Make Stand Against Wildfire To Save Skyhawk HomesWhile home after home burned to the ground as flames tore through the Skyhawk neighborhood in Santa Rosa, some neighbors picked up garden hoses and took a stand against the Glass Fire.
Glass Fire Update: More Than 36,000 Acres Burned, 113 Structures Destroyed; Mandatory Evacuation For Entire City Of CalistogaThe raging Glass Incident wildfire, comprised of the Glass, Shady and Boysen Fire, has burned over 36,000 acres, destroyed a total of 113 structures and forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of people in Napa and Sonoma Counties.
Fire Crews Battling Flareups To Save Homes In Hills East Of Santa RosaKPIX 5 followed fire crews into the hills of East Santa Rosa above Calistoga Road, where firefighters were working hard to protect the many homes scattered in the area.
Glass Fire Update: Family In St. Helena Suffers Generational Loss To Devastating Napa Valley BlazeIn Napa County, the Glass Fire struck multiple generations of the Maher family, leaving three homes owned by family members reduced to rubble in its fiery path of destruction.
Glass Fire Update: Residents Flee Area Around St. Helena; New Boysen, Shady Fires Force Evacuations Near Santa Rosa; Wall Of Flames Jumps Silverado TrailThe raging Glass Fire roared through wine county near St. Helena Sunday, quickly growing to more than 2,500 acres, burning through vineyards, destroying structures, driving at least 2,000 local residents from their homes and leaving a path of new destruction in a region already ravaged by blazes.
Self-Help Workers in St. Helena Build Their Own HomesA self-help housing project in St. Helena is building homes for lower-income families in one of the most expensive communities in the Bay Area.