Support pours out for a beloved and longtime mail carrier in Geyserville who lost her home in the Kincade Fire.
Tuesday brings Phase 1 of the Kincade Fire clean-up. The fire burned for two weeks, took almost 80,000 acres and 374 structures, including 174 homes.
Officers with the Santa Rosa Police Department responded Saturday at 9:39 p.m. to North Dutton Avenue on a report of a shooting.
In downtown Healdsburg Friday, residents and business owners gathered at the town plaza to hold a belated trick or treat. But mostly they wanted to thank the first responders for saving the town from the Kincade Fire.
Police in Santa Rosa on Friday arrested a man in connection with several crimes after he was reportedly found asleep in his vehicle with a gun on his lap.
Secrets arrive daily at the home of Frank Warren- written on coffee cups, flip-flops, death certificates, even a potato skin.
Cal Fire reports the Kincade Fire, which burned parts of Sonoma, Napa and Lake counties is now 100% contained, one day ahead of schedule.
The American heavy metal band Metallica is donating $100,000 to California wildfire relief efforts.
Sonoma County Sheriff's Office released the photo of a 71-year-old man who went missing while hiking over the weekend.
Santa Rosa Police credit the department's K9 named Kolt, for helping to safely detain a man suspected of breaking into a church early Tuesday morning.
A Petaluma bank's alert that someone was passing a suspected bad check on Monday led to the arrests of two Los Angeles men suspected of stealing mail and cashing checks from more than 200 victims statewide.
Full containment of the Kincade Fire is expected this Thursday, according to Cal Fire. Sonoma County officials say all evacuation orders and warnings have been lifted.
Government agencies and nonprofits will be on hand to answer questions, and offer resources, county officials said. The center will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Exposure can lead to hazardous substances can lead to long-term public health and environmental risks, particularly from inhaled dust particles and contaminated drinking water.
Downed trees have been cleared from roads, but many rural properties have septic and propane tanks that can be dangerous, along with general household hazardous waste.
The quake was centered about a mile deep, and near the northern perimeter of the Kincade Fire.
This is the peak of the peak of the tourism season in Wine Country. tourism season. And that fire, that started just ten days ago, did grievous damage to the economics of the family owned wineries here.
Tom Vacar reports from wine country.
SkyFOX captured video of multiple PG&E trucks and about a dozen workers performing unknown maintenance or repairs on the tower near Kincade and Burned Mountain Roads.
From SkyFOX, crews with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. are seen making repairs equipment on a high voltage transmission tower on Friday, November 1. On Wednesday, October 23, the San Francisco-based utility filed an incident report with the California Public Utilities Commission saying they became aware that there was an equipment failure on the transmission line near where the Kincade Fire started.