Storm Water Floods Sonoma County Town, Turning It Into 'Island'A California town north of San Francisco is accessible only by boat after a rain-swollen river overflowed its banks inundated it overnight, authorities said Wednesday.
Sonoma County Tourism: We're Still Here After California WildfiresOctober's vicious wildfires have scared away some visitors from Sonoma County. Campaigns are now underway to bring them back.
Death Toll From Wine Napa And Sonoma Counties Stands At 22; 88 Still MissingCalm winds and better fire behavior allowed firefighters to make good progress on the fires burning in Napa and Sonoma counties on Monday.
Fires Bring Joy And Sense Of Loss As Some Homes SparedOn Monday as calm winds gave an advantage to firefighters trying to tame the flames, Tom and Catherine Andrews balanced their good fortune against the losses suffered by many friends.
Deputy's Rescue Of Disabled Woman From Fire Caught On CameraBody camera footage shows a sheriff's deputy braving flames to rescue a disabled woman and get people to flee from a lethal wildfire that has already begun devouring a Northern California community.
Searchers Sifting Through Debris For Victims At Santa Rosa Mobile Home Park Destroyed By FireSonoma County officials say 18 people died in the ferocious inferno Sunday night and hundreds of people are still missing.
14-Year-Old Boy Killed, Family Burned In NorCal Wildfires"It was like a nuclear blast wave that hit. The embers were insane. They penetrated everything and set everything on fire."
Northern California Wildfires: ResourcesWe've assembled a list of information, including helpful links, to keep you and your family safe during as wildfires continue to spread.
By The Numbers: California WildfiresAs strong winds returned to California wine country on Wednesday, wildfires exploded in size and number, prompting authorities to issue new evacuation orders.
Northern California Wildfire Death Toll Climbs To 15 PeopleAt least 15 people have died in connection with Northern California wildfires, while 2,000 homes and businesses and other structures have been destroyed.
Authorities Expect California Wildfire DeathsAuthorities say they expect fatalities after 14 fast-moving wildfires destroyed more than 1,500 homes, department stores, hotels and other commercial structures in Northern California.