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.
Evacuation orders and warnings for areas in and near the Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma Counties were lifted Sunday afternoon.
Food Network star Guy Fieri prepared an Italian-inspired feast for 2,774 firefighters in California.
An artist couple's living space, art gallery and Christmas tree farm of more than three decades is lost to the Glass Fire. Insurance won't cover enough for them to rebuild.
Firefighters said backfires are an effective, but highly risky technique, and should only be conducted by trained firefighters.
The spare the air alert has been extended through Thursday.
A couple who built Behrens Family Winery from the ground up in 1999, says they lost 400 barrels of wine and two buildings in the Napa Valley due to the Glass Fire.
In his 15 years with the Santa Rosa Fire Department, Capt. Michael Musgrove isn't sure how many homes he helped save from wildfires, only that it's a lot.
North Bay residents lined up for one-stop assistance from the wildfires from federal, state and local representatives.
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.
Sara Zendehnam reports.
CAL FIRE says crews were able to make progress overnight into Sunday morning on the Glass Fire burning in Sonoma and Napa Counties. KTVU's Sara Zendehnam reports.
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.
Cal Fire officials said Friday the blaze has already consumed 60,000 acres since it sparked on Sunday with very little containment, which sits at 6%.
A red flag warning is set to last to 6 a.m. Saturday.
The update was held at 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 1, 2020.
Tom Vacar reports.
Former Fremont Battalion Chief and former FEMA Presidential Appointee Mark Neveau spoke with KTVU's Alex Savidge on during the Seven O'Clock News on Monday, September 28, 2020 about the Glass Fire, which began early Sunday morning.