In CA: Wildfire acreage up, COVID numbers down, and a tribe gets some land back
You Might Like
💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions
California wildfire now "bigger than the city of Denver"The fire was fueled by vegetation that hadn't burned in decades and pushed by erratic winds
'He's loved and will be missed': Firefighter killed in California blaze sparked at gender reveal party ID'd as Charles MortonCharles Morton died last week battling the El Dorado Fire in the San Bernardino National Forest, a wildfire ignited during a gender reveal gathering.
In California: A huge backlog of unemployment claims, and Ellen says she's sorryPlus: LAPD using controversial facial recognition technology, and San Diego State experiences back-to-school COVID outbreak.
How Cajon Valley reopened its classroomsMost lower-income students are learning online. But in Cajon Valley, Calif., they’re back in school. Here’s how they did it.
Michigan tourism businesses worry about cold weather and COVID spikesOne restaurant owner said she's had trouble lately getting people to comply with orders to wear masks."People are just starting to get sick of it, and it's..
Argentina: Provincial healthcare strained as COVID cases spread
Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO Duration: 03:08Published
Sharon Osbourne's granddaughter tests positive for COVID, family is quarantining
Credit: Cover Video STUDIO Duration: 00:47Published
Covid-19 News: Live UpdatesThe swift march toward a vaccine has not included trials for children, which means they will have to wait longer than adults.
How do you teach performing arts when there are no performances? This school is learningArizona School for the Arts reinvented itself for the virtual classroom after COVID-19 took the live performing out of performing arts education.
In California: Hazardous smoke closes Yosemite, crew of doomed dive boat crew wasn't trainedPlus: Aunt Becky heads to jail and workers at small businesses will get more family leave under a new law.
Wildfire smoke closes Yosemite, Kings Canyon national parksYosemite National Park will close Friday due to hazardous air quality and smoke caused by several massive blazes scorching California's Sierra Nevada.
Rattlesnakes bit two hikers at Yosemite National Park in August. Here's how you can stay safe.If you're planning a trip to Yosemite National Park, it's not just a fire advisory you need to keep in mind: It's also rattlesnakes.
Mike Tyson's Legendary Trainer Says He Could Hang W/ Fury, Joshua And Wilder54-year-old Mike Tyson is still an elite fighter who could give the greatest heavyweights in the world a serious run for their money -- so says Iron Mike's..
Kumeyaay Native Americans Refuse to Fight Back as Woman Attacks ThemA group of Southern California Native Americans opted not to strike back as they were being pummeled by a woman who didn't like their protest against Trump's..
Magnitude 4.5 earthquake strikes Southern CaliforniaThe LAPD urged people to be prepared for possible aftershocks.
Mount Wilson Observatory Survives a Trial by FireThe birthplace of modern cosmology “has been declared safe” from the wildfires that have ravaged the surrounding area in Southern California.
Southern California jolted by magnitude 4.6 earthquake, another worry after raging wildfiresIn a region already reeling from wildfires and smoke-filled skies, a magnitude 4.6 earthquake jolted Southern California.
Related news from verified sources
Tweets about this