100 Days After Paradise Burned, The Stories Of The VictimsAn entire town was burned off the map of California. Nearly 14,000 homes were incinerated.
California May Seek Insurance To Help With Wildfire CostsTwo statewide officials want California to take out insurance to help cover taxpayers' costs in bad wildfire seasons.
UC Davis Vets Heal Bobcat's Burns With Fish Skin An injured bobcat is back in the wild Monday after local veterinarians took an unorthodox approach to treat his burns — fish skin.
Bobcat Burned In Camp Fire Nursed Back To Health, Released Back Into WildA bobcat badly burned in the Camp Fire has been released into the wild after being nursed back to health.
Camp Fire Prom Dress GiveawayThe dresses were rescued from the Camp Fire.
Camp Fire Fatality Count Drops To 85; Previously Unaccounted For Man Arrested In SacramentoThe fatality count dropped from 86 to 85 after coroners determined that remains previously thought to belong to two individuals were identified to be the same individual.
Camp Fire Survivors Spread Out Across US, Share New Locations On Google MapTo keep in touch, survivors of the Camp Fire started contributing to a google map with their new location.
New Flood Dangers For Camp Fire AreaFirst, it was the fire. Now, it's the flooding.
Roughly 1,000 Lawsuits Filed Demanding PG&E Pay For Wildfire DamagesButte County cites PG&E for the same Nov. 8 fire that destroyed parks, schools and myriad other public property and amenities.
Paradise In Danger Of Losing Clean-Up Reimbursement Funds From FEMAParadise could lose its funding for its FEMA-funded clean-up reimbursement after town leaders allowed residents to move back into areas where debris had not been removed.
Llama That Survived Camp Fire Being Used As Comfort AnimalA Butte County couple who returned to their home after the Camp Fire got a double dose of good news.
PG&E, Utility Companies, May Need To Move Or Bury Transmission Lines And EquipmentPG&E and other electric utility companies operating in California may need to move their transmission lines and equipment out of fire zones or put the lines underground if a new state bill becomes law.