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Wildfire evacuees return to where they built their lives. Most find nothing

It had been 11 days since they last saw their homes. In the morning hush, residents presented their driver’s licenses to National Guardsmen posted outside the Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa...
SFGate

Some Santa Rosa Fire Victims Return to See What Remains of Their Homes

City officials today began allowing residents of some neighborhoods destroyed by wildfires last week to see what is left of their homes.
Wall Street Journal

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News video: Raw Video: Santa Rosa Coffey Park Resident Reflects On What Happened

Raw Video: Santa Rosa Coffey Park Resident Reflects On What Happened 02:35

John Wimmer, a resident of the Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa, offered some thoughts on returning to what's left of his home after it and those of his neighbors were destroyed in the Tubbs..
Source: CBS 5 SF KPIX -

News video: Fire Survivors Look Through Rubble For Valuables In Coffey Park Neighborhood

Fire Survivors Look Through Rubble For Valuables In Coffey Park Neighborhood 01:58

Jessica Flores reports on Coffey Park evacuees sifting through debris left behind by fire (10-20-2017)
Source: CBS 5 SF KPIX -

News video: After the fire, heroes become homeless

After the fire, heroes become homeless 05:22

When the wildfires approached Santa Rosa, Calif., the Robles family saved four elderly residents from the assisted living facility where they lived and worked. The Robleses, who have a particularly..
Source: The Washington Post - Affiliate -

News video: California's deadliest fires set off debate about illegal immigration and sanctuary policies

California's deadliest fires set off debate about illegal immigration and sanctuary policies 01:05

Deadly wildfires in Northern California that destroyed nearly 10,000 homes have set off a debate over immigration. At the center of the dispute are the top cops of Sonoma County and Immigration and..
Source: NYDN tronc -

News video: Rain Brings Breath Of Fresh Air To Areas Hit Hard By California Wildfires

Rain Brings Breath Of Fresh Air To Areas Hit Hard By California Wildfires 02:42

Rain is offering relief to people hit hardest in the Northern California wildfires.
Source: CBS 13 Sacramento -

 

Neighborhoods hit hard by California wildfires to re-open

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Three neighborhoods hit hard by wildfires in Northern California will re-open Friday to anxious evacuees who haven’t been back to their homes in nearly two weeks. Santa..
Seattle Times

California Today: California Today: The Push to Reclaim Starry Skies

Friday: The fight for dark skies, a National League pennant for the Dodgers, and a photo series from the Santa Rosa inferno.
NYTimes.com

Sure as the sun rises, one day your California town will be on fire. Get insurance—lots of it

Sonoma is on fire. Santa Rosa is on fire. Anaheim is on fire. And as sure as the sun rises tomorrow, one day your California town will be on fire. The best you can hope for is that you’re prepared to..
L.A. Times

SMART Train his bicyclist who cops say was on his cellphone

The North Bay’s new commuter train smacked into a bicyclist Thursday afternoon as he was pedaling across the tracks in Santa Rosa, talking on his cellphone and not paying attention to the onrushing..
SFGate

Northern California battles historic rash of deadly wildfires

The wildfires engulfed a 200-mile region, forcing residents to evacuate. Santa Rosa, Calif., was the hardest hit.
Christian Science Monitor

SMART train collides with bicyclist talking on cellphone in Santa Rosa

A SMART train collided with a bicyclist Thursday on the tracks at West Steele Lane in Santa Rosa, police said.
SFGate

State lawmaker may be tasked to identifying constituents who died in fires

Since the deadly and devastating Tubbs and Redwood Valley fires broke out in distant parts of his district late Oct. 8, Assemblyman Jim Wood has been scurrying from meeting to briefing, viewing damage,..
SFGate

Wildfire victim: Marilyn Ress gave to others until her dying day

During holidays at the Mayette Apartments in Santa Rosa, Marilyn Ress went door to door to find out which of her fellow residents had no place to go for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. She’d bring..
SFGate

North Bay internet service provider quickly rebuilds after wildfires, works to reconnect displaced businesses (Video)

The fires that burned more than 200,000 acres in the North Bay this month left few things in their path untouched, including at least one fiber optic cable bringing internet access to local businesses...
bizjournals

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.
USATODAY.com

I have no boils

This is probably the last picture ever taken of our house in Santa Rosa, California. The time was 11:30PM Sunday and a neighbor had just pounded on our door. Fifty mph winds had been blowing all day..
betanews

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..
Mashable

California crews hope rain will further help tamp wildfires

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say cooler temperatures and light rainfall expected Thursday will be a “welcome sight.” California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection spokesman..
Seattle Times

Essential California: How Santa Rosa is planning to rebuild

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Thursday, Oct. 19, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Fires keep on burning After the fires..
L.A. Times

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