If they had been U.S. citizens, they would have simply finished their sentences and gone home.
Pacific Gas and Electric said it did not violate any laws or cause harm when tens of thousands were not properly notified during three separate public safety power shutoffs in October 2019.
Experts say this year’s La Niña Winter will cool the North Pacific’s waters and could produce drier conditions down south. The Bay Area could see normal rainfall, which may signal another problem.
Sonoma County along with a coalition of local agencies filed a lawsuit against PG&E on Tuesday for damages to public resources stemming from the Kincade Fire last year.
The county received three new pieces of high-tech equipment as well as grant funding to expand three data platforms from the state -- nearly all funded by the state.
The size of the multi-state system almost doubled in the past four months, primarily in California, where more than 4.1 million acres have burned this year.
Bounchan Keola has asked for a pardon from his prison sentence, showing that he has changed for the better and that his service to the state battling wildfires should count for something.
Rob Roth reports.
A nonprofit is helping survivors of Northern California fires by offering free family photo shoots.
The weekend storm helps crews battling the Creek Fire, which is 70 percent contained as of Monday morning.
Harvest season in Northern California’s wine country is what dream weddings are made of: ripe grapevines and golden sunsets provide ceremonies an alluring backdrop that every year draws millions of visitors.
It was also cold two years ago in November when the Camp Fire exploded, killing 85 people and destroying much of the town of Paradise.
90 percent of businesses in Butte County were destroyed in the wildfire.
Reese Osterburg didn’t get a chance to save her 200-card collection when the Creek Fire forced her family to evacuate from their home in Pine Ridge.
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.
California regulators are being asked to fine Pacific Gas and Electric nearly $166 million for failing to properly inform customers before it cut power to millions of people last year.
With calming winds, firefighters continued to make progress on the Silverado Fire that forced tens of thousands of evacuations.
A family who lost their home during last month's Glass Fire is receiving help with getting back on their feet.
A community park in a Santa Rosa neighborhood that was decimated by the Tubbs Fire in 2017 reopened to the public after undergoing three years of reconstruction.
Two massive wildfires burning in Southern California drove more than 80,000 residents from their homes this week as firefighters continued to battle the flames fueled by gusty winds and low humidity.