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Prescriptive grazing costs between $500 and $1,000 per acre of land, and Nevada City says 200 goats could get through one acre in a day.
The three men from Bigge Crane and Rigging were fired on Saturday after they posted images of their time in Paradise, California, on Facebook.
A dog whose family home burned down in the California wildfires guarded the ruins for weeks while his owner was gone
Madison waited almost a month for his owner, Andrea Gaylord, to return to her house after she was forced to flee Paradise town over the Camp Fire.
Wildfire evacuees are returning to the destroyed California town that’s ‘like moving back into a funeral home.’ See the wreckage in ...
As residents return home to Paradise, California nearly a month after the Camp Fire broke out, a 360-degree video shows how little is left.
YouTube is teeming with conspiracy theories about the California wildfires. Here’s what really may have caused the flames.
Conspiracy theorists have posited some outlandish theories on YouTube about the origin of the California wildfires.
A California businessman wrote $1,000 checks for every student, teacher, administrator, janitor, bus driver at Paradise High School, after devastating...
The 89-year-old real estate developer and co-owner of the Fish Market restaurant chain has no ties to the town of Paradise.
‘I was sitting in my car just screaming, waiting to die’: A survivor of California’s Camp Fire describes her harrowing escape
A Paradise resident describes how she narrowly escaped the Camp Fire by abandoning her car on the side of the road and running for her life.
Authorities are still searching for the remaining 993 missing people after the Camp Fire roared through Paradise
The fire, which ignited on November 8, was 65 percent contained by Sunday evening.
It was a thriving town of 27,000, and now it’s smoldering ash; here’s how Paradise, California, became a fire trap
Until last Thursday, a wildfire had never crossed city limits into Paradise, despite fires hitting nearly every other part of Butte County.
California’s devastating Camp Fire destroyed the town of Paradise, and some residents don’t think they’ll return
"Knowing something like this can happen... I wouldn't feel safe,' said Kelsey Wray-Guenza, whose Paradise home was destroyed by the Camp Fire.