A woman was killed this morning after a tree fell on her as she was walking through a San Ramon golf course.
The State of California will receive $39 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to cover some of the state’s costs to extinguish the Valley Fire.
The Valley Fire burning in Lake, Napa and Sonoma counties is nearly halfway contained.
The bodies of two men who were reported missing in the Valley Fire in Lake County were found Wednesday.
President Barack Obama spoke with Gov. Jerry Brown Wednesday for an update on the Valley Fire.
The Valley Fire that started in Lake County on Saturday and has spread to Napa and Sonoma counties has burned 67,200 acres and is 30 percent contained.
Crews are still trying to assess the damage from the 62,000-acre Valley Fire, which has killed a 72-year-old woman, injured four firefighters and burned at least 585 homes.
Cal Fire officials said that the Valley Fire that started in Lake County Saturday afternoon has burned about 61,000 acres and is only 5 percent contained.
One civilian has died in the Valley Fire, Cal Fire officials have confirmed Sunday night.
Napa County officials Sunday are warning residents in the north part of the county that smoke from the Valley Fire may be a health hazard.
One civilian has died in the Valley Fire, Cal Fire officials have confirmed tonight.
Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency in Napa and Lake counties due to the Valley Fire.