Wildfire smoke continues to linger above the Bay Area, defying forecasts and prompting authorities to extend the Spare the Air alert again.
Bay Area continues to be affected by haze and poor air quality from wildfires burning in the north.
A red flag warning due to wildfire weather conditions is set to last from 11 p.m. Wednesday to 5 p.m. Thursday in the mountainous parts of Napa and Sonoma counties.
Look just about any direction, and you will see the thick haze resting over the Bay Area, smoke blowing southward from wildfires burning in far Northern California and Oregon.
South Bay air quality suffers as smoke from wildfires hundreds of miles away hangs over the region.
Worsening air quality in the Bay Area due to wildfires in Northern California and Oregon led authorities to issue a Spare the Air alert for Wednesday and Thursday.
The historic banyan tree, which was scorched during the wildfires in Lahaina in August, began to sprout new leaves this month.
Authorities in Hawaii have adjusted the number of deaths from the deadly Maui wildfire down to at least 97 people.
A vegetation fire ignited in Napa County on Tuesday afternoon.
One month after the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century leveled the historic town of Lahaina, Hawaii Gov. Josh Green says the number of missing has dropped to 66, the death toll remains at 115, and authorities will soon escort residents on visits to their property.
A vegetation fire ignited on Wednesday afternoon near Highway 29 in Lake County, prompting evacuations, according to fire officials.
Particulate pollution comes from several sources, not just wildfires, but the study identified particulates from wildfires and agriculture as the sources linked to dementia cases.
Nicolo Felice, 10 and his brother Leonardo, 13 sold their toys to raise money for those affected by the wildfires in Lahaina, Maui.
At least 115 people died in the blaze that swept through Lahaina, the deadliest wildfire in the U.S. in more than a century.
The People’s Fund of Maui will give $1,200 a month to adults who are not able to return to their primary residences because of the recent wildfires.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has issued an air quality advisory through Thursday because of the continued impact of smoke from wildfires in Northern California and Oregon.
Most at risk in the Greater Bay Area is the high elevation of eastern Napa County. PG&E has refined its Public Safety Power Shutoffs program, this time, mostly north and east of the Greater Bay Area.
When the California State Legislature concludes in mid-September, a resolution for the fire insurance drought might not be reached.
Cal Fire officials in Napa say they've done work to better help residents be better prepared and protected against wildfires as the community faces a Red Flag Warning and potential power shutoffs.
Smoke from wildfires in Northern California and Oregon prompted the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) to extend an air quality advisory for a fifth consecutive day.