Cal Fire announced Monday that the CZU Lighting Complex fires that burned over 135 square miles in San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties has been fully contained.
90 percent of businesses in Butte County were destroyed in the wildfire.
Certified contractor crews will begin inspections of identified properties in the burn footprint of the Glass Fire and remove materials which may pose a threat to human health, animals and the environment.
High fire danger remains, but the overnight hours last night saw firefighters beat back 27 new small fires from a powerful wind event.
Both fires atarted Sept. 27. The Glass Fire affected Napa and Sonoma counties, and the Zogg Fire originated in Shasta County.
There's no word if structures are threatened at this time.
Two fires keep South San Francisco Fire Department busy on a hot Friday during a red flag warning.
All lanes of westbound I-80 were blocked for a period of time.
The fire was first reported just before noon on Friday, October 16, 2020.
The fire, which began Sunday afternoon, is estimated to be 20 to 30 acres in size, according to a Tweet from Cal Fire SCU.
Several of the wildfires in the state were over 95% contained, but full containment likely won't be reached without rain.
Fire investigators looking into what caused a wildfire that killed four people in far Northern California have taken possession of equipment belonging to Pacific Gas and Electric, the utility reported Friday.
KTVU's Tom Vacar reports about the pros and cons that may arise from setting backfires to control bigger blazes.
Cal Fire said that 16 firefighters were treated after possibly being sickened by exposure to carbon monoxide.
The fire has now burned 64,900 acres.
The tactic has different names, backfire, firing out or a firing plan, but whatever crews call it the idea is the same.
The flames have scorched an area larger than the state of Connecticut.
The continuing threat of the Glass Fire could forever change the communities of Calistoga and Angwin.
Here are the latest evacuation orders, evacuation warnings, and evacuation centers in the Glass Fire, burning in Napa County.
A red flag warning is set to last to 6 a.m. Saturday.