Report: Death Toll In Camp Fire Likely Includes 50 More PeopleDoctors and other experts say at least 50 more people, many of them elderly or ill, likely died as a result of the 2018 wildfire that devastated the town of Paradise, California, but were not counted in the official death toll, an investigation by the Chico Enterprise-Record found.
Victims: PG&E Still Has Rickety Power Line Near ParadiseIn an inspection just two months ago, an expert hired by the wildfire victims' attorneys found a power line with rusty equipment and some parts apparently held in place by electrical tape.
'Rebuilding Paradise' Documents Aftermath Of The Camp Fire“It's the story of a community, not the story of a fire," Director Ron Howard said in an interview. “It's a story of a very cruel test.”
6 Charged With Filing Phony California Wildfire ClaimsSix people who claimed their homes were destroyed in California's deadliest wildfire have been charged with filing phony federal claims.
A Year Later, Debris Removal Completed For California’s Deadliest WildfireCalifornia officials say crews have finished removing millions of tons of debris left by a Northern California wildfire that killed 85 people and virtually annihilated a town.
Paradise Residents Say No Fire Can Destroy Their BondResidents say they know it's not going to be easy making those steps forward, but they have each other and they say no fire can destroy that bond.
Rebuilding Paradise: Burned Down Trailer Park Hopes To Bring Tenants Back HomeBusinesses are being brought back to life after the Camp Fire brought the town to ground zero.
Ridge Rising: Paradise Poised For RebuildingRidge rising is a term that’s being used to describe the overwhelming task of rebuilding in Paradise.
Paradise Undefeated: Football Team Becomes Symbol Of Hope In Recovering CommunityThe Paradise Football Team has become a symbol of hope for the community recovering from tragedy.
One Year After Camp Fire, Paradise Pauses To RememberOne year after the most devastating wildfire in California history mostly destroyed the town, local officials are asking people to pause for 85 seconds beginning at 11:08 a.m. - one second for every person who was killed.
Lone Restaurant Left Standing After Camp Fire Became Refuge For TownSophia's Thai Restaurant became more than a place to get a hot meal, it was a place of refuge for people who lost everything, including the owners.
Retiring From Tragedy: Paradise Unified Superintendent Turns In Her KeysFriday marks one year since the deadly Camp Fire broke out in Paradise. For one woman, the worst pain came after the fire.
Residents Surviving In Paradise, One Year LaterThe people still living in Paradise are standing their ground because, as so many have put it, that's about all they have.
Paradise Rebuilds, But Is It Any Safer A Year After The Camp Fire?About 3,000 people have come back, and nearly 200 grocery stores, restaurants and businesses have reopened. Just 15% of the 1,800 people who answered an online community survey in April said they were gone for good.
Camp Fire Survivors Reflect On Harrowing Fire One Year LaterThe film, "Inside The Megafire," looks back at the ruins of Paradise and what may have helped it go up in flames.