California's recent wildfires had only a minimal overall effect on wineries in Napa and Sonoma counties, but many operators are now grappling with other effects of the fires, including making up for losses from being closed at the busiest time of year.
More than 4,600 homes in Sacramento-area cities stand in neighborhoods where fire officials say there is a high or very high wildfire threat, according to a Sacramento Bee analysis of local hazard prevention plans. They include nearly 2,000 homes in Folsom alone.
Many homes in the Sacramento region face a wildfire risk similar to the Santa Rosa neighborhoods that burned in the Tubbs Fire. These maps show the hazard levels in Lincoln, Rocklin, Granite Bay and Folsom.
Sacramento Fire Department crews early Wednesday kept a garage fire behind a home on 34th and T streets from spreading to other area homes There were no injuries reported in the 5:20 a.m. blaze, which is under investigation, according to the fire department.