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Is That Wildfire Smoke We’re Seeing in L.A. Today?

Authorities say that today's ominous sky is actually the result of smoke that's blowing in from other parts of the state
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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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Smoke from the West’s Wildfires Has Made It All the Way to NYC

A red sun gleamed over Central Park this morning as a weather system carried a little bit of the West Coast to the East Coast
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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
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California Appears to Be Falling Short on Wildfire Prevention

A new report indicates that certain measures were publicly inflated and that the pandemic complicated everything
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New Forecasts Warn of Increased Summer Fires in California

Tips on how to prepare for another potentially terrible fire season
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Biden’s Response to Texas’ Storm Looks Little Like Trump’s Response to California’s Wildfires

As the current administration rushes relief to the Republican-run state, it's tough to forget the previous president's politicized threats and taunts
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An Untimely Death Moves Through a Family Like Wildfire

As the news broadcast images of a newly charred world, writer Susan Heeger waded through devastation within her own family
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Southern California Edison Equipment May Have Sparked O.C. Blaze

The utility reports that a lashing wire may have malfunctioned
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The Trump Administration Reverses Course and Approves Wildfire Relief for California

The president is refusing to issue emergency aid for an estimated $229 million in damage during the worst fire season in state history