A fire that is believed to have started in a homeless encampment was quickly extinguished by first-responders Monday afternoon.
PG&E says the amount of time the power could be out has “been hard for a lot of people to accept.” The city is taking steps to prepare. Have you?
A car fire on Tunnel Road quickly spread Sunday into trees and houses, prompting residents to flee. This was only a drill; two more are coming.
Three residents of a senior housing complex have been displaced by a fire authorities believe began Sunday with a visitor's lit cigarette. Water damage also temporarily closed Mo'Joe Café.
For the first time ever, starting this weekend, the city of Berkeley will hold a series of one-hour wildfire evacuation drills to help community members and first responders practice preparing for an emergency.
That helicopter over the weekend? It was scanning for trees that could fall on power lines. Expect more aerial activity this week.
The fire started in a shed behind a home in a residential neighborhood near the North Berkeley Library.
After the most destructive year for wildfires in California history, local agencies urged residents to take simple preventative measures.
A fire on the BART tracks stopped service between the North Berkeley and El Cerrito stations. Trains began again around 3:30 p.m.
A two-alarm fire on Hearst Avenue displaced 12 people from a northwest Berkeley home on the morning of Saturday May 11, 2019.
Residents of a home that caught fire Saturday in the 1100 block of Hearst Avenue have released a statement to thank first responders. They also ask for privacy and community support in the aftermath of the blaze.
Sparks from utility wires have caused 1,500 fires in California. Tilden Park has many feet of aging high-voltage PG&E electrical lines and transformers, which are still above ground. They are a hazard.