A new map from Cal Fire shows the status of individual damaged and destroyed structures in Sonoma County.
Karl and Julie Wilber fled the Tubbs fire Oct. 9 as flames advanced on their Santa Rosa home. Five days later, Karl and his sons, Ryan and Andrew, returned to inspect the rubble.
There are several good options in Santa Rosa including those with a washer/dryer, pool, workout center and more.
An Oakmont resident was cleaning his yard when an engine company from Pasadena stopped at the curb and its crew took over.
See how the recent fires measure up against some of the largest North Coast fires of the past half century.
During evacuation, most local residents grabbed things they knew they would need. But a hole punch or light sabers? See some of the stranger things people grabbed.
At least 42 people have died in the fires that swept through Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino counties. Here are some of their stories.
Satellite images reveal which homes burned, block by block.