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California fires spared most vineyards, but wines could suffer

Throughout the most beleaguered parts of Napa and Sonoma counties, the fires have left scorched, blackened fields and the occasional smoldering log. Almost invariably, though, they have left vineyards..
Seattle Times Also reported by •NPR

Where Did the Napa Fire Begin? Investigators Scour the Ashes

Dozens of investigators are digging through the debris of the Northern California fires to determine what sparked the blazes.

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News video: California High School Students Collect Halloween Candy, Costumes for Kids Affected by Fires

California High School Students Collect Halloween Candy, Costumes for Kids Affected by Fires 01:50

Students in Northern California are helping out children affected by the devastating fires by giving them fun, normal Halloween.
Source: KTXL -

News video: Sacramento Food Truck Raising Money For Fire Relief

Sacramento Food Truck Raising Money For Fire Relief 01:56

One food truck is making its mission to help those affected by the wildfires in California.
Source: CBS 13 Sacramento -

News video: 37 Seconds of Good News: Lemonade for Fires

37 Seconds of Good News: Lemonade for Fires 00:37

Two middle schools students responded to the California wildfires in the sweetest way. Through their lemonade stand, they've raised $400 to help victims.
Source: Lightworkers -

News video: Fresno resident on Santa Rosa fire

Fresno resident on Santa Rosa fire

Fresno resident on Santa Rosa fire
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News video: California Fires Fake News Story Over Undocumented Immigrant

California Fires Fake News Story Over Undocumented Immigrant 00:38

In the wake of the deadly fires in Northern California last week, an ugly rumor has been circulating on social media platforms. According to Buzzfeed a right wing website posted a story claiming an..
Source: Wochit Headline News -


California fires razed 8,400 buildings, evacuees check homes

Some California residents who fled their houses nearly two weeks ago after wildfires threatened them started have started returning home
Newsday Also reported by •FOXNews.com

The Latest: 8,400 buildings destroyed in California fires

The number of buildings destroyed by this month's California's wildfires has been boosted again, to 8,400 from 7,700
Newsday Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Lawyers hunt for California fires' ground zero to go after utility

"We have forensic experts already on the ground," said Steve Campora, an attorney in Sacramento who specializes in suing over fires and explosions.

Lawyers already on the hunt to pin blame on PG&E for California fires


Former firefighter who survived Las Vegas shooting loses home in California fires

A California woman who survived the Las Vegas shooting thought the worst was over. Instead, she faced more heartbreak when returning to Santa Rosa.

California Fires Result In Job And Income Loss For Seasonal Workers

The devastating wildfires in Northern California killed scores of people and left thousands homeless. The fires have also left many seasonal agricultural workers without jobs.

California fires spare iconic 'Peanuts' skating rink

Peanuts fans, THAT ice rink survived. The skating rink that was surely inspiration for a thousand comic strip ideas, everything from Charlie Brown wiping out on the ice to Snoopy's epic bird bath..

Northern California fires are mostly contained. Next step: cleaning up

As crews gain increasing control of Northern California’s massive wildfires, firefighters from around the state are starting to return while some evacuees are just now digging through what’s left..
L.A. Times

At least 31 legal cannabis farms have been destroyed in the California fires

At least 31 marijuana farms were destroyed and many more damaged by California wildfires, a number that is expected to rise significantly once evacuated farmers are allowed back to their property.
Denver Post

Obsessively checking social media during a crisis might harm your mental health

Survivors of three recent disasters — the northern California fires, the Las Vegas mass shooting, and Hurricane Maria — used social media and texting as lifelines to connect with loved ones, seek..

California Fires Raise Dire Questions About The Limits Of Emergency Alerts

Sens. Kamala Harris and Dianne Feinstein want answers from the FCC.
Huffington Post

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