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This Is Uncomfortable

Northern California fires leave local businesses with few options to rebuild

by Ben Bradford Dec 17, 2018
There's limited aid available for businesses displaced by November's devastating fire in Paradise.
A burned car and a gas station remain visible after the Camp Fire tore through the region near Pulga, east of Paradise, California, on Nov. 11, 2018.
JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images

CAT bonds could be key to paying for wildfire losses

by Janet Babin Dec 10, 2018
Some urge FEMA to issue a catastrophe bond to help pay for wildfire recovery.
Firefighters battle flames at a burning apartment complex in Paradise, north of Sacramento, California, on Nov. 09.
JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images

How gift cards are helping survivors of California's deadliest fire

by Ben Bradford Dec 7, 2018
It's not just cash donations that help after a disaster.
Kimberly Spainhower hugs her daughter Chloe, 13, while her husband Ryan Spainhower (R) searches through the ashes of their burned home in Paradise, California on November 18, 2018.
JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images

California fires are threatening utilities' bottom line

by Jed Kim Nov 13, 2018
California damages topped $10 billion in 2017. The bill for this year's fires could be worse.
In this aerial photo, a burned neighborhood is seen in Paradise, California, on Nov. 15, 2018. The toll in the deadliest wildfires in recent California history climbed to 59 on Nov. 14, 2018, as authorities released a list of 130 people still missing. 
Josh Edelson / AFP

The rekindling of fire lookout towers

by Danielle Chiriguayo Oct 26, 2018
How one state is fighting wildfires.
A fire lookout tower in Pennsylvania.
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The rekindling of fire lookout towers

by Danielle Chiriguayo Oct 26, 2018
How one state is reinvesting in a century old method to fight wildfires.
A fire lookout tower in Pennsylvania.
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California struggles to determine who will pay for fires

by Jed Kim Aug 28, 2018
Wildfires are expected to be deadlier and costlier in coming years. State utilities say they can't afford to keep paying for damages.
Firefighters conduct a controlled burn to defend houses from the Ranch Fire, part of the Mendocino Complex Fire, as it continues to spread toward the town of Upper Lake, California, on Aug. 2.
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With California wildfires burning, it's a tough time to be running a Yosemite-area inn

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Aug 10, 2018
"Business is a little dicey right now," Lori Howard says of her bed-and-breakfast.
Dead trees line a clearing as a helicopter battling the Ferguson fire passes behind in the Stanislaus National Forest in California on July 22.
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Hundreds of trucks haul debris day and night in Montecito

by Aaron Schrank Jan 26, 2018
Clearing 11 basins filled with dirt and rock will take until the end of February at least, federal officials say.
At Cold Springs Basin in Montecito, private contractors clear boulders with excavators and dump trucks. Under FEMA's orders, the Army Corps of Engineers is on a mission to clear 11 impacted basins by the end of February.
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