Cal Fire Makes Headway On Large-Scale Wildfire Prevention ProjectsCal Fire's latest effort to prevent wildfires involves creating defense zones designed to protect entire cities.
Governor Launches Central Resource Website For Californians Impacted By Fires, Power OutagesAs many residents across the Golden State are impacted by raging wildfires and long-lasting power outages, Governor Newsom launched a resource website Monday.
Williams Firefighting Task Force Stands Ready To Attack Potential BlazesTo prepare for the fire danger, strike teams throughout California have been pre-positioned.
Plumas County Walker Fire Burned More Than 44,000 Acres, Just 10% ContainedHundreds of firefighters are battling the largest wildfire burning right now in the U.S. The Walker Fire is more than 44,000 acres and just 10% contained.
Cal Fire: Wildfire Firefighting Costs Down This YearSo far, firefighters have been breathing a sigh of relief after the largest and deadliest wildfire season in California history last year.
California Law Exempts Wildfire Victims From Solar Panel RulesCalifornia homeowners forced to rebuild because of a wildfire won't have to install solar panels under a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Firefighter Burned in Country Fire Receives Layoff Notice In Same WeekA Garden Valley vote for more funding for its fire district failed.
Firefighters And Engine Burned Over In Country FireThe twisted and burnt front end of a Garden Valley Fire Department engine sits in the middle of a blackened property.
Homeowners In Wildfire-Prone Areas Facing Skyrocketing Insurance RatesPeople living in areas prone to wildfires say their rates have doubled, some even tripled.
Garage Door Backup Battery Required By New California LawIn October 2017, The Oakmont Fire came ranging through Sonoma County, and as Cheryl Diehm caught sight of the orange night sky, she knew she was in trouble.
Wildfire Acreage Way Down In California So Far This YearCalifornia fire officials say acreage burned so far this year is down 90% compared to the average over the past five years.
Jury To Decide PG&E's Role In California Wine Country FireA judge presiding over Pacific Gas and Electric's bankruptcy case agreed Friday to allow a state jury to decide whether the power company's equipment ignited a devastating wildfire in California wine country nearly two years ago.
As Frequency Of Wildfires Grows, So Do Requests For Smoke ForecastsAmong the hundreds of firefighters, aircraft and engines dispatched to a northern Arizona wildfire were two women whose focus wasn't on flames, but smoke.
Report: Tough Fire Season Predicted Through OctoberAnother season of large wildfires could be on tap in Northern California, especially from now through October, according to a new report.
What Is California Doing Right Now To Prevent Wildfires?Fire officials are reminding people that it’s not a matter of if, but when the next big wildfire will ignite.