Tahoe National Forest Crews Battling Record Number Of Escaped CampfiresThe Tahoe National Forest is seeing a record-breaking number of campfires burning out of control, maxing out resources.
Man Held In California Attacks That Killed 1, Wounded 2A 15-year-old boy was lost for more than 30 hours in a Sierra Nevada forest after a gunman killed his father during an Independence Day trip and wounded two other people in separate attacks, authorities and acquaintances said.
Crews Battling 30-Acre Brush Fire In Yuba CountyFirefighters are battling a brush fire in Yuba County.
Firefighting Crews Attacking Fast-Moving North Fire In Tahoe National ForestCal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service are teaming up with air tankers and helicopters and more than a dozen crews on the ground battling the North Fire.
Debate Over Snowmobile Access In Tahoe National Forest Gets UglyThe debate over snowmobile access in the 1,250-square-mile Tahoe National Forest has turned ugly. Emails, social media posts and online comments with foul and abusive language prompted Forest Service officials to disable a portion of an online comment system.
Tahoe National Forest Christmas Tree Permits Sold OutPeople have quickly bought up all the Christmas tree permits for the Tahoe National Forest.
Fee Dispute Could End 911 Service For 500 Square Miles Of Tahoe National ForestIt’s almost taken for granted that a 911 call will send help on its way, but that critical service could end soon if a decision isn’t made.
King Fire: Cooler Weather Slows Wildfire's Spread, Allows Firefighters To Double ContainmentCrews say the fire is about 14 miles away, and while it’s mainly pushed to the northeast, they are getting teams ready to head here if it pushes northwest toward homes in Foresthill
Firefighter Found Dead On Yuba County RoadThe body of a Tahoe National Forest firefighter was found lying in a Yuba County road over the weekend.
Nevada County Deputies Ditch Shredded Marijuana Along Hiking TrailsDeputies typically bury confiscated plants, since the marijuana goes bad once it’s in the ground. But this time they shredded it in a wood chipper with bamboo and branches, and left it on the side of the trails.
Wildfire Conditions Worsen In High Country As Crews Battle Multiple FiresSmoke-filled skies in the Sierra are a grim reminder of the nearby threat and fire conditions that are only getting worse.