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.
By Vicky Stein
It’s been three weeks since the devastating Camp Fire swept through California, leaving at least 88 people dead. In its aftermath, forensic anthropologists comb through mountains of ash in search of human remains. At the same time, law enforcement and…
A spokesman with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says several vehicles were trapped on a road on the outskirts of Chico.
By Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press
California’s deadliest wildfire, the Camp Fire, is now fully contained, but its death toll has climbed to 88, and more than 200 people are still missing. How are the people still searching for loved ones, and the thousands of residents…
By John Rogers, Associated Press
Figuring out just how bad a wildfire is requires taking into account several statistics.
By Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
Once the rain clears, state officials say they will be able to determine if the wildfires that have devastated parts of California is fully out.
In our news wrap Tuesday, President Trump signaled he will not sanction Saudi Arabia’s crown prince for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, nor cancel arms sales to the country. Trump said breaking with Saudi Arabia would hurt the U.S.
The Camp Fire destroyed the town of Paradise but is now 70 percent contained, marking progress for Northern California. Predicted rain should reduce risk of additional fires, but heavy smoke and threats of mudslides and flooding loom over residents’ heads.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Sunday, November 18, the Florida recount comes to a close but questions about the procedure remain, and meet Troy Williams, a formerly incarcerated man who picked up storytelling as his rehab and restitution. Also, how Hungary…
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