Heavy Rains Bring Erosion Concerns To North Bay Areas Burned By WildfiresHeavy rains have brought erosion concerns to the thousands of empty lots burned out by the wine country wildfires.
Verizon Wants To Build Cellphone Towers Inside Church SteeplesVerizon has already built one church steeple with a cell phone tower inside in Santa Rosa, now it wants to build another.
Water Contaminated With Benzene In Santa Rosa Area Ravaged By WildfirePeople in parts of the Fountaingrove neighborhood, where half the homes burned down in the Tubbs Fire, urged not to consume or use their tap water.
Wildfire Victims Hit A Snag On The Road To RebuildingA shortage of labor has stalled rebuilding efforts in one of Santa Rosa's hardest hit neighborhoods.
Plots Of Land Ravaged By Wildfire Go Up For Sale In Santa RosaInstead of rebuilding, some Santa Rosa homeowners are selling their lots after their homes were destroyed by the wildfires.
Santa Rosa Contractor Fatally Crushed While Removing Wildfire DebrisThe wine country wildfires have claimed another victim. This one, a clean-up worker.
3 Injured When Building Under Construction Collapses In Santa RosaThree people suffered injuries after an under-construction building collapsed in Santa Rosa, according to the Santa Rosa Fire Department.
Holiday Cheer Arrives At Santa Rosa's Burnt Out Coffey ParkCoffey Park residents whose homes burned down aren't letting the wine country wildfires break their Christmas spirit.
Sinkhole Opens Up In Santa Rosa Area Burned By WildfireHeavy rain overnight caused a small sinkhole Thursday morning in a street in the Fountaingrove area of Santa Rosa.
Heavy Rains Threaten To Erode Santa Rosa's Burnt Out NeighborhoodsSanta Rosa communities burned in the wildfires fear heavy rains will bring erosion.
Family Photos Stolen From Wildfire Victims During Benefit ConcertA family that survived the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa went to San Francisco for a break, but instead they got their family photos stolen.
Rain Brings Toxic Risk, Erosion To Wine Country Scorched By WildfiresThere are new concerns in Santa Rosa that rain will bring the risk of toxic runoff.