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14 months ago Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency over the novel coronavirus after a California man died after falling ill with the virus while on a...
5 months ago Why Does California Have So Many Wildfires? There are four key ingredients to the disastrous wildfire seasons in the West, and climate change...
8 months ago Fire has always been part of California's landscape. But long before the vast blazes of recent years, Native American tribes held annual controlled...
8 months ago Dry lightning, extreme heat, and Covid-19 are all shaping California's efforts to contain massive, deadly blazes. By Umair Irfan Updated Aug 26,...
29 months ago Moreover, scientific evidence clearly shows that climate change is exacerbating California's wildfires in different ways: Higher temperatures dry...
8 months ago More than 2 million acres of land have been burned by wildfires in California as of Monday, according to state fire agency Cal Fire, surpassing...
18 months ago It's the End of California as We Know It. The fires and the blackouts are connected to a larger problem in this state: a failure to live sustainably. Oct...
8 months ago California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a bill allowing inmate firefighters to have their records expunged, clearing the path for them to...
13 months ago California Gov. Gavin Newsom's order marks the first statewide mandatory restrictions in the United States to help combat the outbreak. It went...
33 months ago Inmates have been fighting California's wildfires since the 1940s, when the state first called up prisoners to replace men assisting the war effort.