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Victims affected by the North Bay fires can receive free counselling and treatment in Santa Rosa this weekend.
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Nearly a year after a deadly warehouse fire, Oakland has announced a permanent fire chief.
The Berkeley Police Department is asking for the public’s help finding a missing woman who is considered at risk.
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Police are asking for the public’s help finding a missing woman from Santa Clara who is considered at risk.
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Thousands of people lost everything in the North Bay firestorm, and are wondering how to get their life back. One of …
Sutter Hospital in Santa Rosa is open Tuesday after being evacuated during the eruption of North Bay wildfires on Oct. 8.
A firefighter battling the Bear Fire in Santa Cruz has fallen down a ravine, breaking his wrist Tuesday morning.
A fire in the Santa Cruz mountains is forcing evacuations Tuesday morning.
Thousands of North Bay residents are filing insurance claims since the wildfires began on Oct. 8.
Crews are gaining more control over the North Bay wildfires, but smoke is still polluting Bay Area skies.