As wildfire season grips California again, it’s worth considering what parts of our ecosystem we support—and what parts we don’t.
The long-feared convergence is reportedly more than three times bigger than any fire ever recorded in California.
“When there’s work, we work,” said crop picker Juan Magaña.
Letting cheapskate corporations dictate government policy doesn’t end well for disaster victims—or anybody else.
Pacific Gas & Electric is being sued for its role in the Camp Fire.
California already has the highest homeless population of any state.
At least 77 people are dead, and more than 600 people are still unaccounted for in California’s deadliest and most destructive wildfire
Oakland coach Jon Gruden held a team meeting about the Camp Fire, telling players to keep perspective on the tragedy.
The rich and famous are getting lots of attention for evacuating their SoCal mansions. Many are pitching in to help out with disaster relief.
California’s devastating Camp Fire is a solemn reminder to look out for one another, wherever we might live.