Butte County Woman Builds Tiny Homes For Camp Fire SurvivorsLosing her home in a 2008 fire inspired a Butte County woman to build tiny homes for Camp Fire Survivors.
Foresthill Residents Worry About Too Few Evacuation Routes Ahead Of Fire SeasonThe Foresthill fire chief said when fire blocked roads in Paradise, a lot more attention was drawn to the possibility of the same problem in Foresthill.
California May Boost Rules For Homes At High Wildfire Risk Years of increasingly deadly California wildfires spurred lawmakers to consider regulations Tuesday that would toughen local governments' requirements for approving housing developments in high-risk areas.
Home Built In 2012 Withstood The Camp Fire's Deadly Flames Thanks To New Building CodesCarrell said the care they took while building their home helped it survive with only minimal damage. 
Principal Saying Goodbye To Paradise High School After Camp FireAs Paradise begins the painstaking process of rebuilding their town, the community at Paradise High is losing their leader.
Paradise Recovery Effort BeginsThe Town of Paradise has launched its Community Recovery Plan and is inviting residents to its community meetings.
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.
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. 
Butte County And Paradise Leaders Ban Living On Camp Fire-Damaged SitesButte County bans residents from Living on Camp Fire damaged sites.
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. 
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.