Californians on Friday commemorated the day when a terrifying blaze blew through the town and prompted a panicked evacuation that forced some people to abandon their cars as the fire closed in on gridlocked roads.
By Adam Beam, Associated Press
About 3,000 people have come back, and nearly 200 grocery stores, restaurants and businesses have reopened in Paradise, California.
By Don Thompson, Associated Press
The utility said in a statement the tentative agreement covers 85% of the insurance claims from fires that included the one that decimated the town of Paradise and killed 86 people.
By Associated Press
It’s been six months since the most deadly and destructive wildfire in California history, the Camp Fire, which killed 85 people and burned 19,000 structures in November 2018. But even at the peak of the inferno, some scientists moved toward…
By Miles O'Brien
By Paul Elias, Associated Press
The town of Paradise was 90 percent destroyed by the Nov. 8 fire that killed 85 people.
The PBS NewsHour spoke with energy and climate advocates about how they want Trump and the union to approach these issues in 2019 and beyond.
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Hannah Fingerhut, Emily Swanson, Associated Press
A new poll finds 74 percent of Americans say extreme weather in the past five years — hurricanes, droughts, floods and heat waves — has influenced their opinions about climate change.
By Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
Schools in the county had been closed since Nov. 8, when the blaze swept through the town of Paradise and surrounding areas, destroying nearly 14,000 homes and killing at least 85 people in the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century.
By Vicky Stein
The overall damage to the state after the 2018 wildfire season has been predicted, by one estimate, to top $400 billion, which could make it the most expensive slew of natural disasters in the history of the United States.
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