Are Wildfires Making California Uninsurable? Insurance claims for this year's California wildfires have topped $9 billion. Now there is a concern that insurance companies could stop insuring Californians.
Insurance Claims From California's November Wildfires Reach $9 BillionCalifornia Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones says claims from last month's wildfires already at $9 billion and expected to rise.
PG&E Equipment With Bullet Holes Found Near Where Camp Fire Is Believed To Have StartedPG&E says it found damaged power lines and other equipment with bullet holes at two sites near where the Camp Fire is believed to have started.
Camp Fire Charity IPA Resilience Finally on Tap Around Sacramento AreaIt’s been just over a month since the Camp Fire ripped through Paradise. In the aftermath of the devastation, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company reached out to bars across the country and asked them to help make a special beer to raise money for survivors. The beer is now finally on tap.
Sheriff: One More Person Has Died From The Camp Fire, Bringing Total To 86The fatality count from the destructive Camp Fire has increased by one, according to Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea.
Cost Of Clean-Up From Camp, Woolsey Fires To Top $3 BillionState and federal authorities estimated Tuesday that it will cost at least $3 billion to clear debris from 19,000 homes and businesses destroyed by three California wildfires last month.
Updated List: Sierra Nevada's Resilience Butte County Proud IPA Now Being ReleasedHundreds of breweries nationwide came together to brew Sierra Nevada's "Resilience Butte County Proud IPA" and that beer will start to be released this week.
First Responders Reflect On Devastation From The Camp FireSomehow through the deadly fire, all first responders survived and helped the city of 27,000 evacuate or shelter in place, surrounded by blowing flames on gridlocked roads without any water.
California Utilities To Cover Power Lines, Expand Weather MonitoringCalifornia utilities plan to insulate power lines, increase inspections and build new weather stations in areas at high risk for wildfires in an effort to combat increasingly destructive blazes.
Paradise Dog Stood Stayed, Watched Over Ruins Of Home Weeks Until Owners ReturnedA dog that survived the Camp Fire went above and beyond to protect his family's property.
FEMA-Supplied Trailers For Displaced Camp Fire Evacuees Arrive In Tehama CountyFEMA trailers arrived over the weekend to help those displaced from the massive Camp Fire.
Woman Shares Emotional Reunion With Family Cat 1 Month After Camp FireA family has been reunited with their cat after it stayed behind during a deadly wildfire last month that leveled their home in Northern California.