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The long recovery: 2017’s biggest natural disasters

Housing is still an issue in Santa Rosa's recovery from wildfires

by Kimberly Adams, Paulina Velasco, and Katie Long Dec 25, 2017
The city lost 5 percent of its housing stock, the mayor says, and was struggling with a shortage before the fire.
Smoke billows from a neighborhood that was destroyed by a fast moving wild fire on Oct. 9, 2017 in Santa Rosa, California.
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This California neighborhood was exempt from fire rules. Now much of it is in ashes.

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 16, 2017
Over the past week, Northern California has seen some horrific fires blaze across its neighborhoods. One of the remarkable things about those fires, in addition to their speed and the scale of the destruction, is what buildings burned and where…