Search Called Off For Missing Terminally Ill Colfax Man Michael FonsA search has been called off for a terminally ill Colfax man who went missing Monday night.
Search For Missing Terminally Ill Colfax Man Enters 3rd DayA search is on for a terminally ill Colfax man who went missing Monday night.
'We Lost Everything': Colfax Residents Shocked By Cause Of Destructive River FireThe River Fire burned more than 100 structures and thousands of acres of land. Residents of Colfax were hit hardest and have been waiting for months to find out who was responsible for their loss.
Fire Engulfs Home Near ColfaxFirefighters are battling a large fire that appears to have completely engulfed a home near Colfax early Friday afternoon.
2 Utility Workers Fall From Telephone Pole In ColfaxTwo utility workers fell about 50 feet from a telephone pole in Colfax, Cal Fire said.
'This Is My Community': For Many PG&E Linemen, Getting Power Back On In Foothills Is PersonalPG&E says more than 1,200 linemen have been working long hours for weeks straight to restore power to the communities in the area.
Power Comes Back On Slowly in Parts of Placer County Impacting SeniorsResidents of Colfax are struggling with widespread power outages—especially seniors. Luckily, there are many who are willing to help out.
'Now Is Not the Time': Colfax Officials Ask Snow-Goers To Think Before They TravelMost of Colfax lost power December 26 after record-breaking snow toppled trees, which took down power lines with them. Many residents are still stuck in their homes, however, power was restored for the downtown area Thursday afternoon.
Colfax Mayor Says City Is in 'Dire' Situation Due to Power OutageColfax Mayor Trinity Burruss wants her city to know she's here to help. The recent, record-breaking snow storm in the Sierra has left tens of thousands of PG&E customers without power. For Colfax residents, that's only half the problem.
'Access Is Horrible': PG&E Faces Challenges Getting Power Back To 60,000 Customers In FoothillsTens of thousands of PG&E customers in the Sierra Foothills are waiting for their power to return after a record-breaking winter storm wreaked havoc on trees and power lines in the area.
Businesses In The Low Country Brace For Another Round Of Wet WeatherThe overnight storm left its mark by dumping several feet of snow in Northern California. The drive up I-80 turned quickly from slick rain to heavy snow.