California Wildfires Claim 38 Lives As Strong Runs ContinueNearly a week after the blazes began, the flames have left 38 people dead and destroyed at least 5,700 homes and businesses, making them the deadliest and most destructive group of wildfires in California history.
Firefighters Prepare For Stronger Winds On Saturday MorningCommunities remain on edge as fire conditions expect to take what could be a dangerous turn. High winds are forecasted early Saturday morning and into the day that could fuel these fires even more.
Support Pours In For Firefighters And First RespondersHelp for people impacted by the wildfires this week continues to pour in from up and down the state, and the community isn’t just coming together for fire victims, but also for first responders.
Status Summary Of Major Northern California FiresKeep track of the major fires burning across Northern Califonia. Check back here for updates.
Emergency Alerts For California Wine Country Wildfires Face Criticism Communities in wildfire-prone Northern California have an array of emergency systems designed to alert residents of danger: text messages, phone calls, emails and tweets. But after days of raging blazes left at least 23 dead, authorities said those methods will be assessed after some residents complained those warnings never got through.
Family That Fled Atlas Fire Meets CHP Helicopter Officers Who Saved ThemA Napa man whose family was rescued by a California Highway Patrol helicopter met the officers who risked their own lives to save his.
Fairfield Residents Keeping Watch As Atlas Fire Draws NearMultiple fires are ripping through Napa and Solano counties. Now the city of Fairfield is watching the wind and preparing for the worst.
Fairfield Residents On Edge As Atlas Fire Continues To BurnSchools have canceled classes for the rest of the week, and a new evacuation center has just opened up at Solano City College.