MLB Players Team Up To Help Victims Of Woolsey FireCalifornia Strong continues to raise significant funds for the victims of the Woolsey Fire, and in the first round of distributing donations, the organization doled out $1 million to local families hit the hardest.
PG&E Not To Blame For Deadly Tubbs FireThe fire was started by a private electrical system, state investigators determined.
PG&E To File For Bankruptcy Amid Its Suspected Liability In Deadly Camp FireIt is believed the Camp Fire, which killed 86 people, was started when a PG&E power line came in contact with nearby trees.
President Trump Says He Is Halting FEMA Wildfire Aid To Calif.“I have ordered FEMA to send no more money. It is a disgraceful situation in lives & money!”
Insurance Losses From California Wildfires Top $9 BillionInsurance losses from the wildfires that devastated California in November have topped $9 billion, an astronomical number that state officials say they only expect to rise.
Dog Waits For Weeks At Owner's Home Destroyed In Camp FireA family returned home after evacuating during the deadly Camp Fire to find their dog patiently waiting for them.
CO2 Emissions From Camp, Woolsey Fires Nearly Matches Entire Year's Worth Of ElectricityFederal authorities say the recent Camp and Woolsey fires have produced emissions equivalent to roughly 5.5 million tons of carbon dioxide.
Terrifying Bodycam Video Shows Deputy’s Desperate Escape From Camp FireWhen Butte County deputy Aaron Parmley turned on his body camera at the height of the Camp Fire, he believed it would capture the final moments of his life.
Local First Responders Share Story Of Survival From Camp FireThe devastating and deadly Camp Fire up near Chico is now fully contained and we're now learning about an incredible story of survival. That story comes from some of our first responders who recently returned from Paradise.
Death Toll In Camp Fire Increases To 83, Over 560 Still Unaccounted ForThe Camp Fire decimated the town of Paradise, population 27,000, and surrounding communities.
Death Toll At 77 From NorCal’s Camp Fire; More Than 1,100 People MissingRain in Wednesday's forecast has added urgency to the task as it could wash away fragmentary remains.