County Supervisor: Butte Fire Victims Need Money To Help Rebuilding EffortsDonations for fire victims fill the Calaveras County warehouse with plenty of stuff, but Edson says the time has come for more permanent help.
Couple Who Lost Home To Butte Fire Now Contending With Cold, Wet ConditionsIt’s a one-two punch for people who live in this burn zone—already burnt out of their homes, now this storm had them bracing for what could come next.
Red Tape Keeping FEMA Trailers From Butte Fire VictimsSince putting their property on the list for debris removal by the Calaveras County Environmental Health Department in September, stability has been hard to come by.
Growing Number Of Lawsuits Blame PG&E For Destructive Butte FireAt least four major lawsuits have been filed against Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and the companies it hired to clear power lines in a Northern California area where a blaze destroyed hundreds of homes and killed two people.
Second Disaster Looming As Rain Predicted In Butte Fire Burn ScarCalaveras County opened a sandbagging station in Mountain Ranch. A California Conservation Corps crew was on hand to help stone one disaster from becoming another.
Flash Flood Warning Issued For Area Affected By Butte Fire
Ash From California Wildfires Could Lead To Costly Furnace RepairsHeating and air experts say $10 for a filter ahead of furnace maintenance can save thousands of dollars down the line.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Satellite Companies Demand Equipment Back From CA Wildfire Victims"Nothing survived," Gayle Mendoza said looking at the debris.
FEMA Providing Modular Homes For Butte, Valley Fire VictimsFEMA officials are bringing in temporary homes for people who lost their homes in the Valley and Butte fires, which left thousands homeless.
Butte Fire Victims Weigh Options As First Lawsuit Filed Against PG&EThe lawsuit claims PG&E and a contractor did not properly mitigate possible fire hazards near power lines, allowing the 70,000 acre blaze to start.
Lawsuit: PG&E, Contractor's Negligence Led To Devastating Butte FireThe Butte Fire burned has burned nearly 71,000 acres in Amador and Calaveras counties and is 95 percent contained. In all, 475 homes, 343 outbuildings and 45 structures were damaged by the fire.
Nearly Burned Off Map, Mountain Ranch Fights Back After Butte FireMountain Ranch is known as a Gold Rush-era, fiercely independent place, where many of its aging residents distrust the government and prefer to take matters into their own hands.
UC Davis Treats Dozens Of Pets Badly Burned In Butte, Valley FiresDr. Elizabeth Montgomery crouched beside the cage of a long-haired, black-and-white cat with blisters and second-degree burns on all four paws. She stroked his head, examined his bandages and adjusted the soft collar around his neck that prevented him from licking his wounds.
Butte, Valley Fires Nearly Under Full ControlFire officials say two of the state's more destructive wildfires in recent memory are expected to be out by next week.
Volunteers, Vets Team Up To Save, Reunite Animals Lost In Butte, Valley FiresThe devastating fires continue to burn after claiming the lives of a handful of people, but no doubt many more animals and pets.