A wildfire that stated Monday afternoon and burned through about 60 acres of dry vegetation in Napa County was mostly contained by Tuesday morning, officials said.
Though it increased in size overnight, firefighters were able to gain 75 percent containment of the blaze by 6:45 a.m. Tuesday, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
Flames roiled over hills dotted with homes and wineries, threatening at least one residence, said Cal Fire Battalion Chief Scott McLean.
A wildfire that quickly raced out of control toward homes near Napa Valley because of erratic winds has slowed its spread in recent days as weather conditions have turned in firefighters' favor, officials said Friday.
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A growing wildfire in northern Napa County has burned roughly 500 acres, prompting mandatory evacuation orders for nearly 100 homes, officials said Tuesday.
Burning near Napa County’s largest reservoir, Lake Berryessa, a new wildfire doubled in size overnight and triggered a series of evacuations as flames tore through acres of oak trees. The Cold fire started about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday o...