Following the Sonoma County fires, a few local residents worked hard to collect singed pages from beloved books, burned postcards, letters and photographs and reconnect these rescued remnants of the past with their owners.
Survivors and first responders share personal accounts of horror and heroism during the first hours and days of the Sonoma County fires.
Read the story of how one fire captain saved thousands of Glen Ellen homes - one of many heroic experiences during the Sonoma County fires.
As flames engulfed Sonoma County, Tom Swearingen picked up his brush and started working on an art series of 365 roses - one for each day of the year - to remind us that, for many, the struggle continues long after the fires are out.
Artists and designers are creating images of hope and solidarity to support those affected by the fires.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about the wildfires, including information about evacuation areas, shelters, road closures, power outages, how to help fire victims and how to take care of yourself emotionally during this time of crisis.
A band of brewery brothers and sisters are offering a helping hand, a meal and a pint to those affected by the fires.
The fires that rage through Sonoma and Napa counties have changed the local landscape.
Looking for ways to support the fire victims? A number of fundraising events are coming up.
Petaluma pub owners have committed their businesses to the coordination and delivery of the right items to the right people during the fires. Here's how you can help.