Homecoming With Heavy HeartsMany residents returned home Friday, one year after the devastating Camp Fire broke out in Butte County.
Wrong-Way Disaster Averted On Highway 50California Highway Patrol Officers risk their lives to stop a wrong-way driver on Highway 50.
Paradise Comes Together To Remember The Camp FireResidents big and small gathered at the Paradise Alliance Church Friday, one year after the Camp Fire broke out in Butte County.
Fire Crews Remember Camp FireFirefighters in Butte County reflect on the Camp Fire.
Hope On The Field For ParadiseThe paradise football team has become a symbol of hope for the community recovering from tragedy. The team is undefeated, for the first time in 15 years.
South Sacramento Abandoned Car ComplaintsWhy has an abandoned car been sitting in front of a south Sacramento elementary school for six weeks?
Paradise Coming Together After Devastating FireParadise residents are remembering and trying to move forward from the Camp Fire.
Preventing Car Break-InsNeighbors hope new surveillance video helps police catch the suspects who broke into more than a dozen cars in one Natomas neighborhood.
Rebuilding Paradise - One Year LaterThe road to recovery will take decades. Paradise had 26,000 people before the Camp Fire. Now there are less than 5,000.
RAW: CHP Officers Ram Wrong-Way Driver On Highway 50 Who Wouldn’t StopHere is chopper footage of CHP stopping a wrong-way driver on Highway 50.
Suisun City Standoff Ends In Arrest After Estranged Husband Barricades Himself In Wife's HomeA Thursday night standoff in Suisun City ended with an arrest after police responded to reports of a man threatening a woman with a knife. Katie Johnston reports.
Loomis Man Gets Nearly 6 Years In Prison For Gun Store RobberyA Loomis man was sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison for repeatedly crashing a truck into a gun store and stealing at least five guns.
Several Cars Vandalized In Natomas NeighborhoodSeveral cars were vandalized in a Natomas neighborhood overnight Thursday.
Camp Fire: One Year LaterFriday marks one year since the start of the deadliest fire in California history.
Several Cars Vandalized In Natomas NeighborhoodSeveral cars were vandalized in a Natomas neighborhood overnight.
CHP Officers Ram Wrong-Way Driver On Highway 50 Who Wouldn’t StopOfficers have arrested a person they say was under the influence and driving the wrong way on Highway 50. Katie Johnston reports.
UC Davis Student Workers Walk Out To Protest Not Getting Paid On TimeUC Davis is accepting blame after some student workers didn't get their paychecks on time.
Moneywatch: Sears And Kmart Closing A Third Of Their Remaining StoresThe Sears in Tracy will be one of the victims.
Remembrances To Mark 1 Year Since The Start Of The Camp FireFriday marks one year since the start of the deadliest fire in California history.
Deer Gets Chicken Feeder Stuck Around NeckOh dear. That’s what wildlife experts were saying when they came across a deer with a chicken feeder around its neck.
Pulling Cops Off CampusA controversial move to pull cops off school campuses is raising eyebrows and fear.
Serving More Than Hot Meals in ParadiseThe Camp Fire tore through scores of structures, but one building that was left standing serves as a reminder of resilience.
UC Davis Says It Failed To Prepare New Payroll System Installed In Sept.The school is accepting blame after some students did not get their paychecks on time.
PG&E Blames Problems On BirdsPower surges and shutoffs have wreaked havoc for thousands of senior citizens in Rio Vista.