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By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 10, wildfires rage in northern and southern California, forcing tens of thousands to flee, and the vote count continues across several states where key races are too close to call. Also, a home built…
Deadly fires are closing major highways and threatening the homes of thousands under evacuation as they continue to grow in Butte and Los Angeles counties. And in Southern California, many were also mourning the recent shooting of 12 people at…
In Northern California, the town of Paradise has been ravaged by a fast-moving wildfire. Officials say a campfire started the blaze, which has grown to cover more than 70,000 acres and destroyed buildings and cars in its path. William Brangham…
In our news wrap Thursday, officials in Northern California ordered an entire town of 27,000 people to evacuate as high winds drove fast-moving flames. Also, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg suffered three broken ribs after falling in her court…
On this edition for Saturday, Aug. 11, how pharmaceutical middlemen could impact how much you pay for prescription medication, and a look at Charlottesville, Virginia, one year after violence erupted there during a white supremacist rally. Also, should controlled burns…
As massive fires continue to rage in California, firefighters are setting backfires, dropping flame-retardant from planes and hoping for a break in hot, dry conditions. Another method is to intentionally set fires to tamp down the prospect of larger blazes.
By Michael Rios
Incendios forestales en California han cobrado la vida de al menos ocho personas y han destruido más de 1,000 casas y edificios. Aquí hay algunas organizaciones que buscan ayuda para sus esfuerzos de recuperación.
By Michael Rios, Jessica Yarvin
Fast-moving wildfires in California have claimed the lives of at least eight people and have burned through more than 577,000 acres. Here are some organizations seeking help in recovery efforts.
By Janie Har, Brian Skoloff, Associated Press
Days after wildfires left a deadly swatch of destruction in Northern California rural counties, new blazes exploded into life and threatened more homes in what has become an endless summer of flame in the Golden State.
By Lorin Eleni Gill, Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
Only a handful of homes remain in the small northern California community of Keswick. The so-called Carr Fire roared through Shasta County, so thoroughly eating up homes, that it's difficult to tell how many once stood in the ruins.
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