Hazmat Crews Work Fast In Solano County To Clear Toxic Waste, Protect EnvironmentClean up is moving fast in Solano County after the LNU Lightning Complex fires burned more than 40,000 acres in the area.
More Than 300 Solano County Homes Destroyed In Deadly LNU Lightning Complex FireMore than 300 Solano County residences were destroyed in the deadly LNU Lightning Complex Fire, Cal Fire said. 
Protest Held After Vacaville Prisons Aren't Evacuated During LNU Complex FiresA protest was held Sunday outside the Sacramento home of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation secretary after Solano County didn't evacuate two prisons threatened by the LNU Lightning Complex wildfire.
Solano County Opens Assistance Center For Those Impacted By LNU Lightning Complex WildfireSolano County officials announced that a fire assistance center will be put up Sunday to offer in-person support services to those impacted by the LNU Lightning Complex wildfire.
Cherished Wedding Centerpiece Found Buried In The LNU Complex Fire Ashes As Families Return HomeFamilies who were forced to evacuate from the LNU Lightning Complex wildfire are now able to return home.
Salvation Army Helping Fire Victims, First Responders In Solano CountyIt's all hands on deck to help give a community — and those protecting it — the strength to rise from the ashes.
LNU Complex Updates: Wildfire Reaches 347k Acres; Nearly 900 Structures DestroyedThe LNU Lightning Complex wildfire continued to grow Sunday, surpassing 347,000 acres at 21% containment, Cal Fire announced.
LNU Lightning Complex Fire: Solano County Evacuations Lifted As Blaze Surpasses 325k AcresThe Solano County Sheriff's Office said evacuations were lifted in the county as firefighters continue trying to contain the LNU Lightning Complex wildfire, which was 15% contained at over 325,000 acres as of Saturday night.
'Now I Have Nothing': Solano County Woman Loses Animals, Livelihood In LNU Lightning Complex FiresA Solano County woman is left trying to figure out what's next after losing nearly everything, including animals, at her parent's ranch because of the LNU Lightning Complex fires burning near Vacaville.
'We Are Alive, Everyone Is Okay': Vacaville Evacuees Happy To Get Out Of Homes In TimeThousands in Solano County were forced to leave with only the bare necessities as the LNU Lightning Complex Fires grew out of control.
Bad Air Quality In Vacaville To Get Worse OvernightMultiple fires created hazy skies throughout the Sacramento Region Tuesday, but bad air quality hit the hardest in the Vacaville and Winters area.