State Imposing 1-Year Ban Preventing Insurance Companies From Dropping Those Affected By Caldor And Dixie FiresHomeowners and renters in 22 Northern California counties are guaranteed not to lose their property insurance policies over the next year after the state announced a moratorium on Monday for people who live near recent wildfires.
Dixie Fire Still On Pace To Become ‘Gigafire’California's Dixie Fire is burning its way toward the record books as it nears the devastating milestone of one million acres scorched.
Dixie Fire Burns More Than 960K AcresThe latest on the Dixie Fire impacting Butte, Plumas, and Lassen counties.
Firefighter Dies Of Illness While Assigned To Dixie FireThe firefighter, who was working for the Lassen National Forest, did not die as a result of the fire, rather because of an illness, according to a U.S. National Forest Service spokesperson.
CHP: Man Who Refused To Evacuate Dixie Fire Tried To Run Over OfficerA man who refused to evacuate the Dixie Fire in Lassen County is accused of trying to run over a California Highway Patrol officer.
National Forests Closed As Wildfires Ravage Northern CaliforniaMillions of acres of national forest in Northern California are being closed because of dangerous fire conditions that already have sent a score of blazes raging through the area and destroyed hundreds of homes.
PG&E Says Power Shutoffs Likely This Week Due To Dixie Fire, High WindsPacific Gas and Electric said it may shut off power in several communities near the Dixie Fire in the coming days.
1 Person Missing In Plumas County In Wake Of Dixie FireThe Plumas County Sheriff's Office says three of the four people who are unaccounted for in the areas of Chester and Greenville -- two areas hard-hit by the destructive Dixie Fire -- have been located.
College Professor Accused Of Setting Fires In Dixie Fire AreaA college professor is facing arson charges for setting fires in the area where the Dixie Fire is burning.
Some Dixie Fire Evacuees Who Lost Their Homes Say They Have Nowhere To GoFor those who lost their homes in the Dixie Fire, finding housing is nearly impossible.
Hot Temperatures Could Undermine Firefighters' Progress On Dixie FireCalifornia's largest wildfire in recorded history kept pushing through forestlands as fire crews tried to protect rural communities from flames that have destroyed hundreds of homes.