· Tesla employees took shortcuts such as using electrical tape to fix certain parts when trying to meet production goals for the Model 3, according to a CNBC report.
· In addition to taking.. Business Insider - Published
It's been nearly a year since the deadly Camp Fire in Northern California. And Tuesday morning a couple in Paradise is celebrating as they move into a new home, and move forward with a new chapter in..
At Paradise High School in California, 900 of the 980 students lost their homes during the deadly Camp Fire in November 2018. Most buildings around the high school burned to the ground, but the school.. Christian Science Monitor - Published
Adventist Health nurse Allyn Pierce became an Internet star and a hero after he drove through Camp Fire ravaging Paradise, California, risking his life to carry others to safety. In the process, his.. autoevolution - Published
“One lady came in on opening night, looked around and ran out crying,” says Nicole Oldham, framing manager at East Sacramento’s Archival Gallery. “I never found out if she’d been one of the.. bizjournals - Published
PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — Top officials with the utility behind the deadliest U.S. wildfire in at least a century quietly toured the burned remains of a Northern California town Friday. The Nov. 8 Camp.. Seattle Times - Published
NPR's Susan Davis checks in with Loren Lighthall, the Paradise High School principal, about how he and his students have been coping, months after the Camp Fire destroyed most of their town. NPR - Published
Arnold Schwarzenegger was drop-kicked in the back while taking photos with fans during a sporting event in South Africa, according to a video posted on Twitter.
In the video posted Saturday, the.. The Wrap - Published
While we now know power lines started the deadliest wildfire in California history, a different type of threat is affecting plans to rebuild: contaminated water that tested positive for elevated levels.. CBS News - Published
Fire investigators say electrical transmission lines owned and operated by utility giant Pacific Gas and Electric caused last fall's Camp Fire — the deadliest wildfire in California history. NPR - Published Also reported by •USATODAY.com
Following a six month investigation, Cal Fire has found PG&E, the state's largest utility, responsible for igniting 2018's Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive in state history. NPR - Published
Six months have passed since the "Camp Fire" gutted the town of Paradise, California. The fire killed 85 people, destroyed 19,000 buildings and caused more than $12 billion in damage. Jonathan.. CBS News - Published
It has been six months since the Camp Fire scorched Northern California and became the deadliest and most destructive fire in state history. Jonathan Vigliotti returns to the town of Paradise to check.. CBS News - Published
It's been six months since the Camp Fire raced through northern California, the deadliest and most destructive fire in state history. Jonathan Vigliotti went back to the town of Paradise to check on.. CBS News - Published
Six months ago, California's deadliest wildfire almost completely destroyed the town of Paradise. Survivors are still struggling to find places to live in a region with a chronic housing shortage. NPR - Published
The Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into Pacific Gas & Electric’s accounting for its losses related to three years of wildfires in Northern California, the utility.. SFGate - Published
PARADISE, California (AP) — Californians got a deadly wakeup call when more than 27,000 Paradise residents trying to escape the Camp Fire got caught in a nightmare traffic jam. The 2018 catastrophe.. Seattle Times - Published