Monday Morning Quake Rattles Wine County; 3.6 Magnitude Near Angwin A 3.6 magnitude earthquake rattled wine country near Angwin early Monday morning, but there were no immediate reports of damage in the region.
Update: Berkeley Hills Residents Urged to Leave Before Sunday's High Wind Event A burst of gusty winds forecast to begin Sunday will be carrying the same wildfire threat as the weather conditions that helped spark the deadly 2017 Wine County October firestorm that included the devastating Tubbs Fire, the National Weather Service warned.
Pope Fire Update: Firefighters Halt Growth Overnight; Mopping Up Hot Spots East Of St HelenaCrews gained containment overnight of the Pope Fire, burning in grassy woodlands in the Napa County hills east of Angwin and St Helena.
Napa Valley Family Wineries Enter Peak Tourist Season Beset by Fire Damage, PandemicIn fire-stricken Napa Valley, instead of welcoming visitors to their wineries for the autumn harvest season, winemakers this year are looking at decimated vineyards.
Glass Fire Update: Firefighters Gain 90 Percent Containment; High Pressure System Deflects Much Needed Rain To The NorthwestFirefighters expanded containment of the massive Glass Fire that has burned 67,484 acres in wine country to 90 percent early Sunday, but the showers needed to finish off Northern California's historic outbreak of wildfires were being bounced into the Northwest by a building offshore high pressure system which will bring hot, dry conditions for the coming week.
Glass Fire Update: Highway 29, Silverado Trail Reopened; Firefighters Gain 82 Percent Containment; 642 Homes Destroyed In Napa, Sonoma Counties Across Wine Country a sense of normality was beginning to take grip early Saturday as major roadways closed by the threat of the Glass Fire were reopened, neighborhoods in St. Helena, Calistoga and Angwin repopulated, less smoke was visible on the horizon and utility crews were busy restoring electrical power to once evacuated homes.
Glass Fire: Returning Evacuees Relieved To See Calistoga Spared From FlamesCalistoga is still here, saved from the Glass Fire which burned all the way down to the Silverado Trail just outside town.
Glass Fire: Wildfires Have Some Angwin Townsfolk Wanting To Leave Wine CountryThe town of Angwin is situated in the forests of northern Napa County. The 3,000 residents here have been evacuated so many times that some are beginning to question if they should be living here at all.
Glass Fire Update: Volunteers Rally To Aid Thousands Driven From Their Homes By Glass FireThe Glass Fire has left a wide path destruction in Sonoma and Napa counties, destroying at least 297 homes and forcing roughly 52,000 residents to evacuate. The help give aid to the fire victims, volunteers have begun distributing food and clothing.
Unhealthy Air From Wildfire Smoke Continues To Choke Bay AreaSmoke from the Glass Fire and other Northern California wildfires continued to blanket the Bay Area Friday, sending air quality index readings into the "unhealthy" category.
Glass Fire Update: Calistoga Homeowners On Edge As Glass Fire Continues To ThreatenIt was another day of watching, waiting, and hoping in the areas around Calistoga Thursday as the Glass Fire continued to threaten homes from multiple directions.
Spare The Air Alerts Extended Through At Least Tuesday Due To Glass Fire SmokeA Spare the Air alert has been extended through Tuesday, as smoke from the Glass Fire and other wildfires is expected to continue to blanket the Bay Area.
Glass Fire Update: Roads Closed, Outages, Foul Air: Wine Country Businesses Spared By Flames Suffer Huge Economic HitThe Glass Fire in Napa County is having a profound impact on local wineries and those who depend on the visitors they attract. Some have been devastated by it, while most have been untouched. Still, everyone is being affected by it.
Glass Fire Update: Wine Country's Luxury Castello di Amorosa, Meadowood Resort, Chateau Boswell Damaged, DestroyedThe Glass Fire, as it’s being called, started on the east side of the Napa Valley early Sunday morning. So how did it get all the way to Santa Rosa in such a short time?
Wine Country Grape Growers Fear Significant Damage From Wildfire SmokeThe smoke and ash from the wildfires seem to permeate every corner of the Bay Area but this is also home to one of the most renowned wine regions in the world and that’s presenting a tough choice for grape growers.