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In California town destroyed by fire, a search for meaning

Last fall’s Camp fire killed 85 people, razed almost 14,000 homes, and displaced more than 50,000 residents in and around Paradise.
Christian Science Monitor - Published

Arnold Schwarzenegger Drop-Kicked in the Back During Sporting Event in South Africa (Video)

arnold schwarzenegger drop-kicked in the back during sporting event in south africa (video)
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

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What you need to know: May 22 [Video]What you need to know: May 22

Here's what you need to know to start your day on May 22, 2019.

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Recall papers served for Chico City Council members [Video]Recall papers served for Chico City Council members

Recall papers were served for Mayor Randall Stone and Councilmember Karl Ory.

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Some in Paradise still living without power [Video]Some in Paradise still living without power

Some people are living in trailers in Paradise using propane tanks to cook, stay warm and live.

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CHP cracks down on overweight debris-hauling trucks [Video]CHP cracks down on overweight debris-hauling trucks

CHP is working with other state agencies to stop the overloading of trucks and get drivers and contractors on board for the safety of the public.

Credit: KHSLPublished

What you need to know: May 21 [Video]What you need to know: May 21

Here's what you need to know to start your day on May 21, 2019.

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Paradise High School Students Celebrate First Prom Since The Camp Fire [Video]Paradise High School Students Celebrate First Prom Since The Camp Fire

The big dance brought out some big names in Hollywood. (5/20/19)

Credit: CBS 13 Sacramento     Duration: 02:00Published

Paradise looks at underground power lines during rebuilding process [Video]Paradise looks at underground power lines during rebuilding process

The town of Paradise is looking into the use of underground power lines as a way to make the town safer after the rebuilding process.

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Business grounded at Paradise Airport after Camp Fire [Video]Business grounded at Paradise Airport after Camp Fire

Business is still grounded at the Paradise Airport due to the Camp Fire.

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Buddha Bathing Ceremony [Video]Buddha Bathing Ceremony

Tzu Chi Foundation volunteers celebrated their anniversary with Camp Fire survivors in Butte County at a Buddha Bathing Ceremony

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Dog from Brazil does tricks for Paradise Achieve Charter School [Video]Dog from Brazil does tricks for Paradise Achieve Charter School

Students from Paradise Achieve Charter School got a show put on by two famous dog trainers.

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Lotus Guide Center for Healing opened in Paradise Saturday [Video]Lotus Guide Center for Healing opened in Paradise Saturday

The Lotus Guide and Love's Vibrant Art have joined together to provide a healing center for the community of Paradise.

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Alita Abshier celebrates her 100th birthday [Video]Alita Abshier celebrates her 100th birthday

Alita lives in Chico now, but has lived in Paradise since the 1920's. She celebrated her 100th birthday Saturday.

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Giveaway for Camp Fire survivors [Video]Giveaway for Camp Fire survivors

Stephen Murray hosted a giveaway in Chico for Camp Fire survivors.

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Makeup artists work with Paradise High seniors for prom [Video]Makeup artists work with Paradise High seniors for prom

Paradise High School seniors were helped to get ready for their prom by visiting makeup artists.

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United Way Day of Caring [Video]United Way Day of Caring

United Way Day of Caring

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Sierra Central Reopens in Paradise [Video]Sierra Central Reopens in Paradise

Sierra Central Credit Union reopened Friday, May 17, with a ceremony.

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Phoenix carving becomes stop for those leaving Paradise [Video]Phoenix carving becomes stop for those leaving Paradise

For those leaving Paradise, a statue resembling hope has become a common stop.

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Paradise Airport starts repairs after being rented by PG&E [Video]Paradise Airport starts repairs after being rented by PG&E

Business is still grounded at the Paradise Airport due to the Camp Fire.

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Paradise Airport owners discuss damage after Camp Fire [Video]Paradise Airport owners discuss damage after Camp Fire

Business is still grounded at the Paradise Airport due to the Camp Fire.

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Business grounded at Chico Airport after Camp Fire [Video]Business grounded at Chico Airport after Camp Fire

Business is still grounded at the Chico Airport due to the Camp Fire.

Credit: KHSLPublished

PG&E introduces high-fire danger blackout plan [Video]PG&E introduces high-fire danger blackout plan

During the Summer, PG&E is implementing its public safety 'Power Shut Off' Plan to areas with high fire danger.

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Interview with graduating senior, Katie Rosauer [Video]Interview with graduating senior, Katie Rosauer

Action News Now spoke with graduating senior Katie Rosauer, who is being honored for her achievements during her college career.

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Interview with graduating senior, Kimani Davis [Video]Interview with graduating senior, Kimani Davis

Action News Now spoke with Kimani Davis, who is a graduating senior at Chico State that is being recognized for his achievements in his college career.

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Data shows increase in Chico car crashes since the Camp Fire [Video]Data shows increase in Chico car crashes since the Camp Fire

New numbers from the city of Chico show that car crashes have gone up since the Camp Fire.

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East County homeowners struggle to find, keep insurance as wildfire danger increases [Video]East County homeowners struggle to find, keep insurance as wildfire danger increases

East County homeowners are seeing their insurance policies get cancelled or their rates dramatically increase after the 2018 wildfire season cost insurance companies billions.

Credit: ABC 10 News | San Diego     Duration: 03:15Published

 

California Today: California Today: What to Know About Pacific Gas & Electric’s Role in the Camp Fire

Thursday: Get caught up on the embattled utility’s bankruptcy. Also: President Trump’s immigration overhaul; and the resurrection of “Deadwood.”
NYTimes.com - Published

Six months after California's Camp Fire, water is contaminated and unusable

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

PG&E Transmission Lines Caused California Camp Fire, Investigators Say

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

California Says PG&E Power Lines Caused Camp Fire That Killed 85

State officials concluded that Pacific Gas & Electric lines caused the Camp Fire, which destroyed the town of Paradise and is the deadliest in state history.
NYTimes.com - Published

Investigators Confirm PG&E Power Lines Caused 2018's Camp Fire

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

The lasting damage of the worst wildfire in California's history

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

Aftermath of Camp Fire in Northern California

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

6 Months After Paradise Burned, Trauma Endures For Kids And Adults

Mental health specialists working in the area of the deadly Camp Fire are seeing a second wave of trauma from survivors. But counseling services are in short supply.
NPR - Published

California town recovering 6 months after Camp Fire

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

California Today: California Today: Rising Gas Prices Compound Camp Fire Survivors’ Problems

Wednesday: When fuel is nearly $4 a gallon, it’s hard to get back on your feet. Also: a court ruling about migrants, and meeting Lisa Hanawalt.
NYTimes.com - Published

More Than 1,000 Families Still Searching For Homes 6 Months After The Camp Fire

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

PG&E says SEC is investigating its wildfire disclosures

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

California roads not designed to handle wildfire evacuations

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

Camp Fire Victims Struggle With Psychological Scars that Scorched The Community

The Camp Fire virtually incinerated the town of Paradise, Calif., and killed 85 people, many of them elderly. Some are still feeling the intense trauma of having their town and homes destroyed.
NPR - Published

FBI to test parts from PG&E transmission line near Camp Fire - report


SeekingAlpha - Published

How a building code change could be a pivotal moment in California’s wildfire fire

A landmark 2008 building code designed for California's fire-prone regions -- requiring fire-resistant roofs, siding and other safeguards — appears to have protected dozens of homes in last year's..
Denver Post - Published

UC Davis, Adventist Health to open a replacement cancer center in Chico

UC Davis Health and Roseville-based Adventist Health will co-manage a new cancer center in Chico that will replace a cancer center that was destroyed by the Camp Fire. Adventist Health’s Feather..
bizjournals - Published

Boone and Crockett Club Whiskey Now Distributing in Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, and Kansas

Boone and Crockett Club Whiskey is now available to outdoorsman across the states of Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, and Kansas. MISSOULA, Mont. (PRWEB) April 05, 2019 Boone and Crockett Whiskies,..
PRWeb - Published

Adventist discloses at least $38 million in destroyed, non-operable assets in Paradise

Adventist Health reported at least $38 million in destroyed and non-operable property at its hospital in Paradise, in an annual financial disclosure by the Roseville-based health system. Adventist’s..
bizjournals - Published

Dutch Bros Coffee Appoints Keith Thomajan as Chief of Staff

Mission-driven executive Keith Thomajan will join Dutch Bros Coffee as chief of staff. He will work alongside CEO Travis Boersma and President Joth Ricci in guiding the company's philanthropic mission..
PRWeb - Published

Boone and Crockett Club Whiskey Now Distributing in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut

Boone and Crockett Club Whiskey is now available across the states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. MISSOULA, Mont. (PRWEB) March 22, 2019 Boone and Crockett Whiskies, named in honor of..
PRWeb - Published

Rebuilding Paradise, One New Home At A Time

While many doubt the wisdom of rebuilding in a fire zone, the first building permits have been issued as the town of Paradise begins to recover from the devastating Camp Fire of last November.
NPR - Published

Aladtec Team Will Demo Scheduling Software at Firehouse World 2019 Conference

Three-day event at Los Angeles Convention Center expected to draw thousands of fire professionals LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 20, 2019 Training, leadership, strategy and tactics are key themes..
PRWeb - Published

The Russell Family Foundation Awards Environmental Education Grants to 28 Community Groups in the Puget Sound Totaling $659,530

Grants to support programs that inspire a lifetime of learning, encourage leadership development and promote stewardship GIG HARBOR, Wash. (PRWEB) March 14, 2019 Today, The Russell Family..
PRWeb - Published

'Re-Imagining Paradise' — Making Plans To Rebuild A Town Destroyed By Wildfire

Residents of Paradise, Calif., are being given reassurances that their town — completely destroyed by last fall's Camp Fire — will be rebuilt. But will the new town be too expensive for many?
NPR - Published

Custom Beer Bottle Labels Aiding California Wildfire Recovery

Lightning Labels supports the cause with beer label donation DENVER (PRWEB) March 05, 2019 After one of the worst wildfires in California history, how do you mobilize a massive, nationwide effort..
PRWeb - Published

PG&E Says It's 'Probable' Its Equipment Caused Camp Fire

California's largest utility admitted this week it was "probable" it was responsible for starting last fall's Camp Fire. If PG&E is ultimately found liable, it could be on the hook for billions.
NPR - Published

California Today: California Today: Why ‘the Worst of Both Worlds’ Is in the Forecast

Friday: Californians will most likely face more extreme weather; Pacific Gas & Electric’s role in the Camp Fire; San Diego treats
NYTimes.com - Published

PG&E Says Its Equipment Was Probable 'Ignition Point' of Camp Fire, Takes $10.5 Billion Charge

PG&E said its equipment will probably be found to be an “ignition point” of the Camp Fire in Paradise, Calif., last year that killed 85 people, and recorded total fire-related charges of $11.5..
Wall Street Journal - Published

PG&E says its equipment likely sparked California's Camp Fire

The bankrupt utility thinks it's "probable" that one of its transmission lines is to blame for the deadly disaster
CBS News - Published

PG&E: Company equipment 'probable' cause of California fire

Pacific Gas & Electric says its equipment may have ignited the 2018 Camp Fire, which killed 86 people and destroyed an entire town in Northern California.
FOXNews.com - Published

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