First Responders Reflect On Devastation From The Camp FireSomehow through the deadly fire, all first responders survived and helped the city of 27,000 evacuate or shelter in place, surrounded by blowing flames on gridlocked roads without any water.
Camp Fire Survivors Get Holiday Surprise Of Gifts And A Hot Meal In Roseville A donation drive at Olympus Jr. High School provided clothing, bedding and a free meal for hundreds just in time for the holidays.
Mall Santa In Chico Gets Heartbreaking Requests From Camp Fire Kids: A New HomeMany of them do ask for something that Santa can't give -- a home.
Stories Of Hope, Resiliency Surface On First Day Of School After Camp FireButte County students and staff are regaining a sense of normalcy more than three weeks after the deadliest fire in California history devastated the towns of Paradise and Magalia.
Teachers Hold School Supply 'Shopping Day' For Butte County Educators Before Second First Day Of SchoolButte County schools will be resuming Monday, a little over three weeks after the devastating Camp Fire tore through the county, destroying the town of Paradise and claiming the lives of 88 people.
Modesto Glass Company Looking To Hire Camp Fire Survivors Don's Mobile Glass is looking for new hires and they're giving priority to Camp Fire survivors.
Police Donate Toys, Gift Card To Paradise Family That Lost Everything - And Recovered Their Stolen Car Just when the Vrbetas thought things couldn’t get any worse, good news was around the corner.
Rebuilding Paradise: $1M Donated To Paradise Students, Teachers A token of kindness worth $1.1 million. Paradise High School students lined up Tuesday evening to get a $1,000 check from a generous stranger.
Sacramento Area School Districts Working To Support Paradise Students Returning To SchoolNext week 32,000 students are expected to return to portable classes set up in the Chico area.
Paradise High School Basketball Teams Play For First Time Since The Camp FireAs the City of Paradise works to rebuild a sense of normalcy, some Paradise High School athletes took a big step tonight, playing their first basketball game since the Camp Fire.
San Diego Developer Donating $1M To Paradise High School Students, StaffA San Diego Real Estate developer with no connection to the Camp Fire is giving a million dollars to help victims of the deadly fire.
Rebuilding Paradise: Evacuees Return Home To Find Devastation, MiraclesRob Harrison was one of many evacuees allowed to return to Paradise for the first time Tuesday.