The historic Napa County Courthouse that was damaged in the 2014 South Napa earthquake reopened to the public Monday, Napa County Superior Court officials said. …
San Mateo County sheriff’s officials are warning residents of a scam involving text messages claiming to be associated with the county’s SMC Alert emergency notification system.
The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco Thursday ordered PG&E Co. to implement 60 safety recommendations.
San Jose will be the inaugural city to partner with Airbnb for the “Host Corps” project, offering free housing through local hosts during disasters and emergencies.
A team of first responders from the East Bay traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina Monday night in preparation for Hurricane Florence.
Social media stalking all of a sudden isn’t so funny now.
Federal prosecutors and the FBI warned people affected by the Mendocino Complex fires to be on the alert for possible fraud in connection with the cleanup of the fires, according to a statement issued Thursday in San Francisco.
Gov. Jerry Brown Saturday requested a presidential major disaster declaration in order to beef up emergency response and help residents recover.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $212 million for long-term natural disaster recovery efforts in California.
Immigrants who came to the U.S. from El Salvador in recent years under disaster-related Temporary Protected Status designations will lose that protection from deportation.
A special Thanksgiving-themed dinner set in a vineyard along the Napa and Sonoma county line drew hundreds of people Tuesday.
People whose jobs were affected by the North Bay wildfires have about another month to file for disaster unemployment assistance.
Band Together Bay Area is hosting a benefit concert on Nov. 9 at AT&T Park featuring Metallica, Dave Matthews, G-Eazy and others.
The Salvation Army today will provide meals, emotional and spiritual care to residents going home to Santa Rosa, Salvation Army officials said.
Several school districts and colleges affected by the fires in the Bay Area will remain closed until next week or beyond.
Twenty-one fires across California have killed 26 people, destroyed thousands of structures and burned nearly 200,000 acres.
Recent tensions with North Korea have some Bay Area residents asking what to do in the event of a nuclear attack.
President Donald Trump declared a major disaster in eight of the nine Bay Area counties because of winter storms in February.
Gov. Jerry Brown requested a presidential major disaster declaration Sunday to aid with repairs to the damaged Oroville Dam spillway.
Two San Francisco Bay Area counties have been approved to receive federal money to repair and mitigate public facilities following winter storms in January.