Celebrity-Packed Video Sends Paradise High School Students Off To PromParadise High School students took a night off from hardship over the weekend to step into the spotlight and shine. 
6 Months After Deadliest Wildfire In California, Water Found With Elevated Levels Of Cancer-Causing BenzeneMelted metal, plastic and wood created a toxic mix that officials say, six months later, has contaminated the town of Paradise's water pipes.
After Camp Fire, PG&E Customers Are Concerned About Rate HikesPG&E just had a $3.50/month rate increase approved in April. The utility is asking for another $22/month increase next, to cover wildfire safety.
PG&E Is Responsible For The Camp Fire — How Will This Affect Ratepayers?Generally speaking, if a utility is found to be negligent, they can't pass that debt on to ratepayers.
Cal Fire Investigation Finds PG&E Lines Responsible For Starting Destructive Camp FireCal Fire investigators have made their official determination of what caused the destructive Camp Fire in Butte County. 
Spring Storms Concern Residents Living Near Oroville DamState officials say the Oroville Dam is perfectly fine and will not cause flooding with the incoming storms.
Butte County K9 Takes Down Robbery Suspect When Taser Does NotA deputy then tasered Remy, but it reportedly did not affect him.
After Losing Everything In The Camp Fire, Family Relocates To Fair Oaks To Rebuild Their LifeSix months after flames ripped apart their slice of paradise, Milton Hansen and his wife, Shun, still relive the day their lives changed forever.
Six Months Later, Paradise Survivors Set Up Shop, Look To Build At HomeSix months later, and there is not much that's left of Maureen Clark's neighborhood. Despite all the work that still needs to be done there, she has hopes to return home one day.
Sheriff: Suspect Arrested In Connection To 3 Butte County Rapes Sheriff's Deputies arrested a 25-year-old man Tuesday in connection to three rapes reported in Butte County. 
Butte County Woman Builds Tiny Homes For Camp Fire SurvivorsLosing her home in a 2008 fire inspired a Butte County woman to build tiny homes for Camp Fire Survivors.