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Books: Surviving the California wildfires, George Saunders wins the Man Booker and more

Where do you find a posse of bestselling novelists in L.A.? At Jennifer Egan’s Thursday reading at ALOUD at the Central Library for her latest, “Manhattan Beach.” The audience included Jade Chang..
L.A. Times

Mitch Albom on California wildfires: What would you save as you fled?

It goes without saying (I hope) that all living things take priority. But after that? What could we really do without? Or is it what would we miss?

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News video: Napa Valley Wineries Ravaged By Wildfires

Napa Valley Wineries Ravaged By Wildfires 00:56

Weddings cancelled, empty tasting rooms, and a drop in tourism are making it hard for wineries to bounce back after such devastating losses.
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News video: Dog Protects Livestock From California Wildfires

Dog Protects Livestock From California Wildfires 02:15

If he could talk about it, he might tell you he was just doing his job; a job Odin, a white-haired Pyrenees puppy, was bred to do.
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News video: Your Wine Country Getaway Is Just What Fire-Ravaged Businesses Need

Your Wine Country Getaway Is Just What Fire-Ravaged Businesses Need 02:32

Many wineries that have reopened want their employees to get back to work. But they still need more people in their tastings rooms.
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News video: Finally, rain in Northern California helps with deadly fires

Finally, rain in Northern California helps with deadly fires 00:54

On Oct. 19, light rain began to fall in Northern California, giving some respite to the firefighters battling the wildfires plaguing the region. The fires have killed at least 42 people and caused..
Source: NYDN tronc -

News video: After the fire, heroes become homeless

After the fire, heroes become homeless 05:22

When the wildfires approached Santa Rosa, Calif., the Robles family saved four elderly residents from the assisted living facility where they lived and worked. The Robleses, who have a particularly..
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California Wildfires Have Disrupted School For A Quarter Of A Million Students

Natural disasters have left millions of students across the U.S. out of school. The California wildfires have added to the tally, with dozens of districts and hundreds of schools affected.

California wildfires are only going to get worse. We're not ready

Countless research papers and government reports have said it, but the wildfires in Northern California this month brought it home: Climate change is fueling larger, more frequent and more devastating..
L.A. Times

A's help replace 9-year-old fan's memorabilia

In a touching moment on Friday, the Athletics helped replace memorabilia for a 9-year-old fan whose house was destroyed by Northern California wildfires.

Idaho inmate fighting California wildfires back in custody

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho inmate who went missing for three hours Friday after authorities say he walked away from an inmate fire crew battling a California wildfire is back in custody. The Idaho..
Seattle Times

Dozens of pot farms burn down in California wildfires

California wildfires have destroyed dozens of cannabis farms just weeks before the state's legal recreational marijuana market goes live.

The Latest: 8,400 buildings destroyed in California fires

The number of buildings destroyed by this month's California's wildfires has been boosted again, to 8,400 from 7,700
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Neighborhoods hit hard by California wildfires to re-open

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Three neighborhoods hit hard by wildfires in Northern California will re-open Friday to anxious evacuees who haven’t been back to their homes in nearly two weeks. Santa..
Seattle Times

Losses from Calif. wildfires top $1B

Losses from the California wildfires exceed $1 billion, the state insurance commissioner said Friday.

Sudden oak death likely exacerbated deadly Northern California wildfires

A dramatic increase this year in the number of oaks, manzanita and native plants infected by the tree-killing disease known as sudden oak death likely helped spread the massive fires that raged through..

California wildfires spark $1B in damages, destroy 7,000 buildings

The wildfires that have devastated California this month caused at least $1 billion in damage to insured property, officials said Thursday, as authorities raised the number of homes and other buildings..

California Dept of Insurance estimates wildfires losses at $1.05 billion

(Reuters) - California Department of Insurance on Thursday said preliminary insurance data estimated the California wildfires losses at $1.05 billion, adding that the numbers are expected to rise.

California Wildfires Leave Seasonal Agricultural Workers Without Jobs, Income

The devastating wildfires in Northern California and killed scores of people and left thousands homeless. They've also left many seasonal agricultural workers without jobs.

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