Judge Blasts PG&E For Role In Destructive WildfiresA federal judge harshly reprimanded PG&E for violating its probation during a court hearing Wednesday morning, telling the utility's attorneys that safety is clearly not its top priority.
Cal Fire Blames Tubbs Fire On Private Electrical LinesCal Fire announced Thursday that an investigation has determined the deadly Tubbs Fire that ravaged Santa Rosa in October of 2017 was started by a private electrical system and not by PG&E equipment.
Brockovich Joins Wildfire Survivors To Demand California Halt PG&E BankruptcyThe consumer activist Erin Brockovich is urging California lawmakers not to let Pacific Gas & Electric Co. go bankrupt because it might mean less money for wildfire victims.
Prosecutors: Fires May Mean PG&E Violated Criminal SentenceFederal prosecutors say a California utility's role in igniting wildfires last year could allow a judge to find that it violated terms of its criminal conviction in a deadly gas pipeline explosion.
Sonoma County Home Sales Plummet Amid Surplus Following WildfiresSonoma County home sales have plunged last month following a period of big demand after the wine country wildfires, the clearest sign yet of a housing market slowdown.
Water Advisory In Burned Santa Rosa Neighborhood Lifted After Nearly A YearA water quality advisory has been lifted in the Fountaingrove area of Santa Rosa where more than 1,500 homes burned in the Tubbs Fire a year ago, city water officials announced Thursday.
Resilient Girl Who Lost Prosthetic Legs In Tubbs Fire Starts Anew In TexasOne of the victims of destructive and deadly Tubbs Fire -- a ten-year-old Coffey Park girl named Lilly -- lost everything: her home, her toys, and her most important possession, her prosthetic legs.
Cal Fire: Deadly Cascade Fire Sparked By Sagging PG&E Power LinesThe deadly Cascade Fire that claimed four lives and destroyed 264 structures in Yuba County was started by sagging Pacific Gas and Electric power lines coming into contact during heavy winds.
North Bay Wineries Strive For Rebirth A Year After Devastating FiresExactly one year after the most destructive fires in state history laid waste to parts of wine country, a pair of local wineries are rising from the ashes.
Despite Successes, Many Santa Rosa Homeowners Face Rebuilding ChallengesThe sounds of recovery are all over the North Bay, but nowhere more than Santa Rosa's Coffey Park, where some of the heaviest damage was caused by the Wine Country Wildfires a year ago.
Somber Santa Rosa Ceremony Marks Wine Country Wildfires AnniversarySonoma County residents gathered in Courthouse Square Monday evening to observe the first anniversary of the Sonoma Complex fires that killed 24 county residents and 20 more in Napa and Mendocino counties.
Wine Country Wildfire Victims Say Army Cleanup Crews Added To WoesThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' first experience cleaning up after a wildfire has turned into an expensive bureaucratic mess and California's top emergency official suspects fraud played a role.