Michigan Woman In Sacramento For Business Adopts Kincade Fire DogA shelter dog that was brought to Sacramento because of the Kincade Fire has been adopted, thanks to a chance viewing.
PG&E Says Approx. 1,400 Customers Still In The Dark Following Oct. 29 PSPSPG&E announced Thursday evening that they have restored power to approximately 1,400 customers affected by the October 29 public safety power shutoffs.
Man, 59, Suspected Of Stealing Bag From Kincade Fire Evacuee Who Stopped To Eat In FairfieldA woman who had to evacuate due to the Kincade Fire had her bag stolen in Fairfield – but thanks to a keen eye and quick police work, she got it back.
Sacramento Man Takes In 18 Cuddly Wildfire Evacuees And Their Human OwnersA Sacramento man has opened his doors to a Healdsburg couple and their 18 dogs, 11 of which are five-week-old puppies. 
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. 
Sacramento Women Take In 19 Dogs As Kincade Fire Threatens Facility In Santa RosaThree Sacramento women helped rescue 19 dogs that needed to be evacuated from a facility in Santa Rosa due to the Kincade Fire.
40 Homes Destroyed In Wind-Whipped Kincade Fire In Sonoma CountyStrong winds over the last 24 hours drove the massive Kincade Fire beyond containment lines, growing to 66,231 acres – 103 square miles – by early Monday and destroying 96 structures, including 40 homes.
Thousands Evacuate Healdsburg, Windsor as Kincade Fire AdvancesThe Sonoma County sheriff announced Saturday that the towns of Healdsburg, Windsor and their unincorporated areas would be evacuated by 4 p.m. as flames from the expanding Kincade Fire driven by “Diablo winds” continued to advance.
Local Strike Teams Head To Sonoma County To Help Fight Kincade FireCBS13 met with local fire crews as they geared up to head out to Sonoma County to assist with the scorching Kincade Fire.  
Transmission Line Being Investigated As Possible Source Of Kincade FireFirefighters continued to battle the Kincade Fire in California as the state's largest utility said a transmission line broke near the blaze's origin point minutes before it ignited.
Neighbors Call Kincade Fire 'Déjà vu' As They Are Forced Out Of Their Homes, AgainA raging wildfire that forced the evacuations of hundreds of Northern California homes is expected to grow, even as more than 16,000 acres of land have burned.