Posted: Oct 25 2017 06:42AM PDT

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Crews begin cleanup of debris, toxic materials in Santa Rosa after wildfires

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  • The cleanup is now getting underway in the North Bay following October's deadly and destructive firestorm.
Now, crews in Santa Rosa and other places in wine country have begun the task of surveying and removing toxic materials left after the wildfir

    Crews begin cleanup of debris, toxic materials in Santa Rosa after wildfires

  • KTVU's Tom Vacar reports from fire-damaged Santa Rosa where a free cleanup of hazardous household waste and debris is being provided for free as long as residents sign a right of entry form.

    Clean up in the North Bay

  • It’s a sign of things returning to a sense of normalcy in Napa County - all public schools are reopening on Monday, after being closed two weeks because of the wildfires and smoke in the region. Allie Rasmus reports

    Napa students return to school after wildfires

  • Some Sonoma County wildfire victims had their first Sunday without fire or smoke. A Santa Rosa man spent it sifting through the rubble in an attempt to find his wife's ring.

    Searching for a ring in the ashes

  • Fighting fire with fire: Sonoma County efforts lighting backfires

  • Businesses are hoping to recover after the North Bay Fires. KTVU's Leigh Martinez reports.

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Wine Country Fires

  • Driving through Santa Rosa damaged by fire. Oct 9, 2017 Photo: Ariel Nava

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  • Schools impacted by North Bay fires reopening

  • Locating the missing in fire zone a daunting task for officials

  • California power customers file claims in pre-emptive outage

  • Fire ravaged Coffey Park improvises with 'Trunk or Treat' Halloween

  • Sharp criticism for PG&E's pre-emptive power outage

  • Power expected by midnight to 70 percent of those in fire risk areas

  • Journey's End mobile homes remain red-tagged a year after North Bay fires

  • Napa winery breaks ground for tasting room rebuild, marks fire anniversary

  • Family's emotional return to Coffey Park one year after Tubbs Fire

Wine Country Fires

  • 1 year later, spirit strong as Cardinal Newman High School looks to rebuild

  • Struggle to rebuild 105-year-old Calistoga ranch after North Bay firestorm

  • Coffey Park in Santa Rosa still rebuilding, one year after North Bay firestorm

  • Mini homes for North Bay fire victims

  • Nonprofit raised $34M for North Bay fire relief

  • One year later: Santa Rosa rebuilds from the destructive Tubbs Fire

  • This week's rainfall does little to curb fire season

  • NFL's Tim Brown and 9-1-1

  • North Bay fires inspire garage door battery bill

  • Erin Brockovich advocates for North Bay fire victims

Wine Country Fires

  • Wine Country insurance wars: the clock is ticking

  • North Bay Fire lawsuits headed for key hearing on PG&E liability

  • Santa Rosa's Coffey Park hits milestone in fire recovery

  • Panic, chaos heard in North Bay Fire 911 calls

  • $2M federal grant awarded to schools in eight counties affected by wildfires

  • New hurdles emerge five months after North Bay wildfires

  • 5 months after fires, Santa Rosa mobile home residents feeling left behind

  • Business blues 5 months after wine country fires

  • Report: California officials lacked solid fire alert plan

  • 2 Investigates tracks $60M donated to North Bay fire victims

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