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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers helped in the recovery efforts after the 2017 Wildfires in Northern California. One way they assisted is by creating electronic maps to help with the massive debris removal effort. [Read More]
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A large fire that broke out late Thursday night in Chico burned 650 acres in a little more than 13 hours, officials said. The Chico Fire Department responded to the Stoney Fire at about 10:45 p.m. in the Canyon Oaks area just south of Bidwell Park, officials said. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire, also responded to the incident. ... [Read More]
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A large fire that broke out late Thursday night in Chico burned 650 acres in a little more than 13 hours, officials said. The Chico Fire Department responded to the Stoney Fire at about 10:45 p.m. in the Canyon Oaks area just south of Bidwell Park, officials said. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire, also responded to the incident. Just before noon Friday, the fire was 20 percent contained and had burned roughly 650 acres, according to the Cal Fire Butte County unit, which cited a "significant augmentation of resources. [Read More]
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The California National Guard has activated troops to begin wildland fire training, the earliest in five years, to assist state officials in what's expected to be a treacherous fire season. [Read More]
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The agency, already stretched thin by California wildfires and hurricanes Harvey and Irma, was unprepared for the storm that devastated Puerto Rico. [Read More]
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The minister did the 30-minute ceremony in under five minutes. [Read More]
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More than 85 percent of the California's natural landscape is abnormally dry, up from 22 percent at the start of the water year in September, and drought now covers over 44 percent of the state. That's not good news for Californians still recovering from one of the worst-ever years for wildfires. [Read More]
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When it comes to wildfires in California, 2018 is off to a fast and ferocious start. A Bay Area News Group analysis of government data shows wildfires had burned nearly 200,000 acres statewide as of Monday, more than double the average of what had been scorched by that date over the past five years.... [Read More]
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An inferno that burned from California into Oregon over the last week and is believed to have killed one person should be fully under control by Sunday, officials said. The Klamathon Fire, which started July 5 in Siskiyou County, was 70 percent contained Thursday at 36,500 acres, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire. Throughout the week, as many... [Read More]
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