The Slow Rebuild: One Year after the North Bay Fires

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I-Team Reporter Dan Noyes investigates why one neighborhood shows great progress in rebuilding after the North Bay Fires destroyed more than 5,300 homes in October 2017, but other areas have made little progress. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

I-Team Reporter Dan Noyes investigates why one neighborhood shows great progress in rebuilding after the North Bay Fires destroyed more than 5,300 homes in October 2017, but other areas have made little progress.

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On Monday, ABC7 News will bring you a day of special coverage to mark the anniversary of the North Bay Fires online and on TV. Anchor Dan Ashley will be live in Santa Rosa, seeing how that community is coming back.

The North Bay Fires: One Year Later:

Here's a look back at some of our best photos and videos, and uplifting stories that surfaced from this devastating disaster.

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