Year In Review: The Top 10 News Stories Of September 2015 On CBS SacramentoFour years of drought culminated in a devastating month as the Valley Fire exploded overnight and enveloped Middletown. Farther north, a lake mysteriously ran dry.
Cleanup From 2 California Fires Estimated At $243 MillionGov. Jerry Brown's administration is estimating it will cost at least $243 million to clean up and remove debris left in the wake of two major Northern California wildfires this fall.
Man Who Lost Resort In Valley Fire Ready To Help Rebuild With Lumber BusinessThe Valley Fire ripped through Lake County swiftly nearly three months ago, devastating Middletown and other parts of the county.
Animals Injured In California's Devastating Wildfires Continue To Be TreatedIt's been two months since the massive wildfires in Calaveras and Lake Counties, and some injured animals are still being treated at the UC Davis Veterinarian Hospital.
Nextdoor Helped Community Organize In Wake Of Fast-Moving Valley FireThe startup was put to the test in a small town in Lake County. During the Valley Fire this summer, telephone lines went up in flames. But people still had the web.
Ash From California Wildfires Could Lead To Costly Furnace RepairsHeating and air experts say $10 for a filter ahead of furnace maintenance can save thousands of dollars down the line.
Report: 'Wall Of Flame' Trapped 4 Firefighters Battling Fast-Moving Valley FireThe report details the trouble the four faced, how they were rescued, and the serious injuries they suffered.
FEMA Providing Modular Homes For Butte, Valley Fire VictimsFEMA officials are bringing in temporary homes for people who lost their homes in the Valley and Butte fires, which left thousands homeless.
Veterinarian Giving Free Treatment To Pets Who Lost Homes In Valley FireLake County will need years to recover from the Valley Fire. Many people lost everything. But a veterinarian is going above and beyond to make sure that when it comes to their pets, people don’t have to worry.
Some Valley Fire Evacuees Return To Find Homes LootedMore than a dozen homeowners who evacuated during a devastating California wildfire say their homes were burglarized in their absence.
UC Davis Treats Dozens Of Pets Badly Burned In Butte, Valley FiresDr. Elizabeth Montgomery crouched beside the cage of a long-haired, black-and-white cat with blisters and second-degree burns on all four paws. She stroked his head, examined his bandages and adjusted the soft collar around his neck that prevented him from licking his wounds.