"You Can Barely Breathe": The Inmates Who Fought California's Deadliest Wildfire
November 1, 2019 // by Zoe Todd, Jane McMullen
In the Middle of a Deadly California Wildfire, She Went Into Labor
November 8, 2019 // by Katherine Griwert
“Deflect, Delay, Defer”: Decade of Pacific Gas & Electric Wildfire Safety Pushback Preceded Disasters
A FRONTLINE review of documents and hearings shows that Pacific Gas & Electric spent the better part of 10 years fiercely resisting calls for critical wildfire safety reforms.
August 18, 2020
These five projects illuminate the science, politics and impact of climate change.
December 6, 2019
PG&E says power cuts are the best way to prevent devastating wildfires during California’s most fire-prone time of year. Yet many of the company’s customers, watchdogs, and regulators say they are skeptical of the company’s motives. Two plans that have been proposed for the utility’s path out of bankruptcy include a clause allowing the company's financiers to renegotiate or back out if PG&E ignites another fire that burns more than 500 homes. A new tragedy could also hurt victims of previous fires.
November 15, 2019
One year after the worst wildfire in California's history, FRONTLINE shares a mother's story of survival.
November 8, 2019
The day California’s deadliest-ever wildfire erupted, about 2,000 state employees responded to the blaze. Among them were more than 500 prison inmates.
November 1, 2019
A look at some of the numbers that defined 2018's deadly Camp Fire.
October 29, 2019
Pacific Gas and Electric Company offered a statement and written responses to questions from FRONTLINE, which are included in full below.
October 29, 2019
Carol Ladrini, the dispatcher on duty in Paradise when the fire broke out, speaks publicly for the first time in a new FRONTLINE documentary.
October 28, 2019
In the frenzy of California’s deadliest-ever wildfire, officials tried but failed to activate a free emergency notification system that might have warned more people of the blaze.
October 25, 2019