Multiple wildfires burned across the state as hundreds of thousands of residents faced power outages in an attempt at prevention.
Multiple car crashes as well as a related shooting have been reported amid the outage that's expected to last up to five days.
85 people were killed by the blaze, and nearly 14,000 homes were leveled.
The power company said the fund will help with living expenses and other urgent needs, according to a bankruptcy court filing.
Gavin Newsom announced an "emergency in advance of an emergency" in hopes avoiding a repeat of 2018's record-breaking fire season.
“There’s no place to live,” one Camp fire survivor said.
Southern California Edison's fire mitigation plan includes removing trees, reviewing miles of lines and being ready to shut off power during fire threats.
The rain made the living situation even more difficult, a former Paradise resident told HuffPost.
Bob Wilson, who had never been to Paradise, which was destroyed in the Camp fire, gave out checks worth more than a million dollars altogether.
The Camp fire is finally contained, but all that remains of Ridgewood Mobile Home Park are ashes.
Authorities said the blaze was 100 percent contained on Sunday, although it will be months before it's fully extinguished.
Biologists haven't received a signal from his tracking collar since early November.
The country's foreign minister skewered Trump for his "shameful" statement supporting Saudi Arabia.
Butte County Sheriff-Coroner Kory L. Honea warned that the list of missing persons is "dynamic" and could fluctuate.
Thousands of desperately needed air masks are being distributed by California’s community-based organizations.
Victims of the Camp and Woolsey fires will see some relief but also face the threat that rainfall will bring down mud and rocks.
Celebrity chef José Andrés is aiming to serve up to 15,000 meals to evacuees, including in shelters.
These Northern Californians have lost their homes to the Camp Fire inferno.
Tami Morris feared the worst after the Camp fire wiped out her mother’s town, but a HuffPost article helped her track her down.