Rain Showers On The Way; Death Toll Climbs To 42Firefighters continued to gain the upper hand on the deadliest outbreak of wildfires in California history Wednesday with containment numbers soaring higher and more help was on the way.
State Investigating Wildfire Evacuation At Senior Care HomeState regulators are investigating the evacuations of two assisted living homes for seniors that were damaged when a wind-driven wildfire swept through California wine country.
Firefighters From Across The West Come To Wine Country's AidIt was a battle waged on the northern edge of Sonoma's wine country, fought along a wooded canyon bordered by wineries and the county's sprawling juvenile justice center.
Threat Still Lurks As Firefighters Make Gains On Deadly Wine Country WildfiresThousands of weary firefighters made progress early Tuesday, taming a series of wildfires that have brought historic levels of death and destruction to Northern California's picturesque wine country.
Wildfire Water Tender Driver In Fatal Crash IdentifiedA 38-year-old volunteer firefighter from Missouri was identified Tuesday as the driver killed when a water tender careened out of control and rolled over on the steep Oakville Grade.
Sutter Hospital Reopens After Frantic Wildfire EvacuationThe last time Dr. Scott Witt stood inside Sutter Hospital’s Neo-Natal ICU, he was franticly calling out orders to get his young patients out as the Tubbs Fire closed in.
Some Wildfire Residents Returning; Water Truck Driver Dies In CrashMandatory wildfire evacuations were lifted for areas affected by the wine country wildfires, while other displaced residents were being urged to have patience as it could take days or weeks for them to return to their fire-ravaged neighborhoods.
Goat-Herding Dog Refused To Abandon Flock Amid Firestorm, Miraculously SurvivedWith the deadly flames of the Tubbs Fire bearing down on his property, Roland Tembo Hendel knew it was time to round up his family, dogs and cats flee.
Charred Memories Litter Fire-Ravaged Santa Rosa NeighborhoodDeborah Laver is among the fortunate ones. Her Santa Rosa home borders the fire-ravaged Santa Rosa Coffey Park neighborhood, but escaped the deadly flames a week ago.
VIDEOS: Like 9/11 Tubbs Fire First Responders Bravely Ran Into The FlamesThe bravery of first responders was cemented into most Americans' minds during those dark hours of 9/11 and their bravery during the Tubbs fire reinforced that image.
PG&E Expects To Have Power Restored In Fire Zones By MondayPacific Gas and Electric Company officials announced they expect to restore power to all its customers in the fire zones by late Monday.
Search For Lost Dog In Fire-Ravaged Santa Rosa Neighborhood Has Happy EndingJack Weaver and his brother-in-law Patrick Widen walked around police barricades and up treacherous hilly roads in search of the family's beloved dog Izzy.
Tubbs Fire Brought Death And Destruction To Coffey ParkThe warnings about impending doom came suddenly and in different ways. Frantic pounding on doors. Blaring fire alarms. Commotion outside windows.
Death Toll Rises, Evacuations Ordered As Gusty Winds Fan North Bay WildfiresFive more deaths were confirmed Saturday in the wildfires burning in Northern California, bringing the total to 40.
Wrong Turn Proved Deadly In The Tubbs Wildfire George Powell woke to a wall of fire already bearing down on his Santa Rosa home and immediately yelled to his 72-year-old wife, Lynne Anderson Powell: "Get out!"