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Allstate has paid out more than $1.2 billion to victims of two devastating wildfires in California. The Northbrook-based insurer on Wednesday announced estimated November... [Read More]
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Insured losses from the Camp Fire and two other major blazes that ravaged California last month now tally $9 billion and the total is expected... [Read More]
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PG&E Corp. released new information indicating that one of its power lines was damaged immediately prior to the beginning of the massive Camp Fire in... [Read More]
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A.M. Best, an insurance industry ratings service, downgraded the ratings for three insurers owned by Meridian-based United Heritage Financial Group after a fourth insurer folded... [Read More]
Dec 11, 2018--Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) today submitted its supplemental report to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) about two incidents on its... [Read More]
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For the last decade, when Lisa Martens, Nicole Awe and Leslie Timm went to work at the surgical unit of Adventist Health Feather River Hospital,... [Read More]
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Over a thousand breweries nationwide are brewing their version of Sierra Nevada's Resilience IPA as a fundraiser to support the Camp Fire Relief Fund. [Read More]
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JS Design + Build of Napa announced that it will contribute and match donations up to $5,000 for the victims of the Camp Fire. [Read More]
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A disaster assistance meeting designed for businesses affected by the Camp Fire is planned 5-6 p.m. Thursday upstairs at the old Municipal Building, 441 Main... [Read More]
The Chameleon Style store in Arroyo Grande is still doing all they can to bring a smile to the people affected by the Camp Fire... [Read More]
Northern California's recent wildfires have burned homes at a greater pace than developers are building them, deepening a housing shortage that already has left millions... [Read More]
One of the businesses destroyed by the Camp Fire is located 200 miles from the burn zone. Nathalie Granda tells us about a Central Valley... [Read More]
The Conejo Simi Moorpark Association of Realtors has donated $6,000 to benefit victims of the Borderline shooting and $5,000 for Camp Fire victims. [Read More]
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