While Scotts Valley residents were given the green light to return home, the CZU August Complex Fire continues to burn in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Firefighters conducting mop up and patrol find tool box with explosive device inside.
Officials released the first look at exactly where unprecedented fires devastated homes and properties in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Sunday the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office confirmed that human remains were found in a remote location.
Evacuees may access a range of medical services including pharmaceutical services, with physicians on-site to assist patients throughout the day.
The forecast is for winds that could reach 65 mph and thunderstorms with little to no precipitation.
Cabrillo’s gymnasium is open for sleeping accommodations, and Cabrillo’s parking Lot K is designated for vehicle and RV parking.