Two massive wildfires have burned nearly 200 square miles in northern California, and crews are still struggling to contain them
The Valley Fire erupted early Saturday afternoon and roared through Middletown and several other communities in horse and wine country north of Napa, destroying hundreds of homes and other structures. That fire continues to burn in Lake County
Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in Lake County on Sunday and more than 1,000 firefighters have been dedicated to controlling the fire
A separate blaze, The Butte Fire, is located southeast of Sacramento. It flared up on Wednesday and was 30% contained by Monday morning. Read more...