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In the past decade, California has seen a devastating drought, deadly earthquakes and fires, and skyrocketing homelessness.
Photos from space reveal what climate change looks like, from melting Arctic ice to rampant California fires
Extreme weather events like hurricanes, droughts, and wildfires are linked to climate change. Such phenomena can be seen from space.
Firefighters saved a great horned owl from the California wildfires — but he didn’t look very happy about it
The owl was found by Ventura County firefighters just in time, but his displeased look hasn't gone unnoticed.
Over 1,500 California fires in the past 6 years — including the deadliest ever — were caused by one company: PG&E. Here’s what ...
Regular blackouts are PG&E's new strategy to avoid starting fires. A writer called it "the most detested, and detestable, corporation in California."
A new fire exploded to over 9,412 acres overnight in Ventura County, California, after a nearby blaze threatened the Reagan Library
The Maria Fire is the latest in a wave of blazes across California. Earlier, the Easy Fire got close to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
Firefighters are gaining ground in their week-long battle against California’s 77,000-acre Kincade Fire. Here are the latest updates.
The Kincade Fire in California's Sonoma County has burned 77,758 acres. PG&E told regulators that a broken jumper cable may have started the blaze.
Strong winds paired with a fall heat wave made for a dangerous combination, as devastating California wildfires prompt evacuations and destroy homes.
NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan spotted the fire from the International Space Station. Infrared images from satellites show scorched land.
A fire near the Getty Museum forced thousands to flee, including LeBron James. Here are the latest updates on the blaze.
The Getty Fire forced LeBron James to evacuate his LA home, so he bought the firefighters a thank-you lunch.
Photos show Paradise, California, one year after the worst US wildfire in a century killed 85 people and destroyed a community
The cleanup in Paradise, California, shows no sign of ending. 18,000 buildings were razed by the Camp Fire, and residents must start from scratch.