LNU Lightning Complex Fire Updates: 154 Homes Destroyed And 62,000 Acres Burned In Solano CountyFor the first time since the incident began, Cal Fire is reporting some containment of the LNU Lightning Complex Fire.
LNU Lightning Complex Fire Updates: Four Dead, Hundreds Of Structures DestroyedThe latest information on the LNU Lightning Complex Fire, which has prompted evacuation orders in Fairfield and Vacaville.
LNU Lightning Complex Fire Explodes In Size; Evacuations Ordered In Vacaville, Fairfield OutskirtsEvacuations have been ordered in Solano County, northwest Vacaville and the outskirts of Fairfield on Wednesday after the so-called LNU Lightning Complex Fire exploded in size.
Fire Concerns Increase As Temperatures Climb Into Record TerritoryRecord high temperatures are raising the fire risk in Sacramento County. There have been three in just the past 24 hours.
Copper Thief Blamed For Starting 4-Alarm Vallejo FireA 4-alarm vegetation fire erupted in a rural area of Mare Island near Vallejo early Wednesday morning burned 10 acres, authorities said.
Fire Crews Work To Prevent Fires Ahead Of Red Flag WeekendA four-alarm vegetation and brush fire in Fairfield fueled by high winds and rocky terrain forced the evacuation of 50 homes.
Sugar Pine Fire 75% ContainedThis is about 7.5 miles northeast of Foresthill.
Lessons Learned In the 30 Years Since The 49er FireThirty years ago veteran firefighters had never seen anything like the 49er Fire, a wildfire started by a mentally-ill transient burning toilet paper.
49er Fire Was Once The Third Most Destructive, Now It's Not In Top 20On September 11, 1988 the 49er Fire started in Nevada County and quickly became the third most destructive fire in state history; now, it's not even in the top 20.
California Wildfire Victims Get Extension To File For FEMA AidA critical deadline for Californians affected by wildfire has been extended.
Cost Of Clean-Up From Camp, Woolsey Fires To Top $3 BillionState and federal authorities estimated Tuesday that it will cost at least $3 billion to clear debris from 19,000 homes and businesses destroyed by three California wildfires last month.
Some Evacuation Orders Lifted For Camp FireAuthorities have lifted evacuation orders for some Butte County communities ravaged by the state's deadliest wildfire but said no traffic will be allowed into the town of Paradise, which was the most devastated community in the Camp Fire last month.
What Makes The Camp Fire The Worst?The so-called Camp Fire in Northern California in many ways has become the worst wildfire the history of a state whose topography and climate have long made it ripe for devastating blazes.
Camp Fire Searchers Race To Find Remains As Rains Close InWhile the predicted downpours could help tamp down blazes that have killed 76 people so far, they also could wash away telltale fragments of bone, or turn loose, dry ash into a thick paste that would frustrate the search.
Smoke From Camp Fire Blankets Sacramento Area, Creating Hazardous Air QualityThe effects of the Camp Fire is being felt in the Sacramento area. Air quality in Folsom, Sloughhouse and Roseville is now deemed hazardous due to smoke from the fire