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A special Thanksgiving-themed dinner set in a vineyard along the Napa and Sonoma county line drew hundreds of people Tuesday.
Safari West north of Santa Rosa resumed its tours Monday, six weeks after the Tubbs Fire burned small outbuildings and a few vehicles but spared the African animal species.
A flash flood watch has been issued for the North Bay valleys and mountains for Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning.
Seven new lawsuits were filed against PG&E Tuesday in three different courts by people whose property was burned in the devastating North Bay wildfires.
Santa Rosa officials asked residents of parts of the hilly Fountaingrove area to be ready to evacuate because rain in the coming days may cause flooding, landslides and sinkholes.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is preparing to provide temporary homes for wildfire victims at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.
Sonoma County residents with properties destroyed by the North Bay wildfires can have debris and hazardous waste removed through a government program.
Two new lawsuits have been filed against PG&E, claiming the utility's negligence is responsible for the devastating Northern California wildfires.
Insured losses from the October wildfires in Northern California have now topped $3.3 billion, and the number is still growing.
Cal Fire officials said the Tubbs Fire and the Nuns Fire in Napa and Sonoma counties are 99 percent contained.
Band Together Bay Area is hosting a benefit concert on Nov. 9 at AT&T Park featuring Metallica, Dave Matthews, G-Eazy and others.
Most wine tasting rooms have reopened in Napa and Sonoma counties following the wildfires this month in the two counties.
Santa Rosa Fire Chief Tony Gossner said this afternoon 42,000 people have been "repopulated" to their homes in areas formerly evacuated.
Some residents who had been evacuated in both Napa and Sonoma counties area being allowed to return homes.
Sonoma County officials preached patience Monday for residents still displaced by several wildfires that continue to burn.
Napa officials made it clear that this is "the day we have dreamed of" since savage wildfires sparked there a week ago.