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A New Podcast Explores How Fire Shaped the West—and How We Can Live with It Moving Forward

Historian and host Bill Deverell says he hopes the new series encourages people "to become more attentive students of fire”
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Wildfire Smoke Could Be to Blame for Some COVID Cases and Deaths in the West

A Harvard study indicates that there's a statistical link between the ravages of climate change and the ravages of the coronavirus
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In Terms of Wildfires, 2021 Is Already Shaping Up to Be a Worse Year than 2020

If stats from the first seven months of the year are any indication, California is in for a frightening fall

These Interactive Maps Track Every Wildfire Burning in Southern California and Beyond

Hot, dry conditions mean a small spark could quickly become a dangerous blaze
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When It Comes to Natural Disasters, FEMA Says L.A. County Is the Riskiest Place in the U.S.

The federal agency's National Risk Index ranks more than 3,000 counties—and L.A. is on top
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The Bobcat Fire Is Dangerously Close to Mt. Wilson Observatory

Crews are working to contain the fire, which has grown dramatically over the last 24 hours
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An Influencer Helped Launch the Gender Reveal Trend–Now She’s Pleading with Parents to Stop

Lifestyle blogger Jenna Karvunidis says catastrophic wildfires aren't the only reason the parties have become problematic

Hiking Trails Close in the Santa Monica Mountains as Deadly Heat Ravages the Region

Officials are recommending people limit time outdoors as temps threaten to reach 119 in some spots
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Dash Cam Video Shows How the Getty Fire Started

Officials say a branch blowing into power lines ignited the blaze

The Fast-Moving Saddleridge Fire Ravages the San Fernando Valley Overnight

An uncontained fire that started in Sylmar has already burned thousands of acres and resulted in at least one death