First Responders Assigned To Dixie Fire Rescue Boy From Drowning At Redding HotelA group of first responders helping in the Dixie Fire jumped into action to prevent a different kind of tragedy.
'It Looks Like a Horror Film': Dixie Fire Evacuee Shares Firsthand Perspective As Firefighters Battle BlazeCalifornia's largest wildfire so far this year continues to burn through Butte, Plumas and Lassen counties. The Dixie Fire merged with the Fly Fire overnight on Saturday and forced more people out of their homes, and burned parts of tiny towns to the ground.
Tamarack Fire Grows To 66,744 Acres; Containment Improves to 27%Containment has improved to 27 percent in the Tamarack Fire which has burned 66,744 acres since its July 4 start.
PG&E Equipment May Be Linked To 30,000-Acre Dixie Fire, Preliminary Report RevealsPacific Gas and Electric Company says its equipment was possibly involved in the start of the now 30,000-plus acre Dixie Fire.
Dixie Fire In Butte County Too Close For Comfort For Camp Fire SurvivorsThe Dixie Fire is exploding in Butte County just miles away from the town of Paradise, which was devastated by the Camp Fire in 2018.
New 1,200-Acre Wildfire Burning Near Where The 2018 Camp Fire StartedA fast-moving wildfire is growing in the same area burned by the 2018 Camp Fire.
Camper Killed Inside Tent At Lake Oroville CampgroundA fourth of July tradition ended in heartache. Butte County sheriff's deputies are investigating a homicide that happened at a Lake Oroville campground over the holiday weekend.
California Focusing On Urgent Projects As Wildfire Season LoomsCalifornia is in such an urgent race with another devastating wildfire season that officials began soliciting local project ideas even before they had money to pay for them. It faces such a threat of drought that the governor said Tuesday that he has executive orders drafted and ready to sign as needed.
Couple Who Died In Bear Fire Were Ready To Evacuate But Reconsidered After 'Erroneous Information'Two people found dead near their destroyed home were packed and ready to evacuate the North Complex Fire in Northern California last week but changed their minds based on erroneous information, Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said Tuesday.
’Climate Change Is Real’: Berry Creek Man Who Lost Home In Fire Calls Trump’s Comments FrustratingOne Berry Creek man who lived through the wildfire wants the president to know he thinks climate change is very real.
'It's Absolutely Devastating': North Complex Fire Heavily Damages Camp For Children With CancerA beloved Northern California camp for children with cancer was damaged in the North Complex West Zone Fire this week.