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California Burning Podcast: The Science of Fire Behavior

The Camp Fire was the most destructive fire in California’s history. 19,000 homes were destroyed and at least 85 people were killed. But with so many fuel-laden forests, the question becomes not why this happened, but why we haven’t seen more disasters of this scale? Matt Fidler, the creator of the podcast and radio series “California Burning” has the story. To listen to the full-length version of this story visit californiaburning.net (Image: A firefighter uses a drip torch to ignite a…

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New Documentary Celebrates First LGBTQ+ Native Powwow

In the film,Two-Spirit Powwow, Rick Bacigalupi follows the development of the first LGBTQI Native American powwow in the United States. Thousands travel from across the region to attend this annual…

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Healdsburg Residents Undeterred by Kincade Fire

After the Kincade fire, there’s some talk of folks pulling up stakes — tired of the alerts, the blackouts, the evacuations. But for two residents of Healdsburg, the latest fire has only deepened…

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A Year After the Camp Fire, Survivors Share Stories of Loss and Healing

A year ago today, 85 lives and over 13,000 homes were lost in the Camp Fire. With so much lost, resilience means something different to everyone. NSPR's Sarah Bohannon tells us how survivors are…

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California Update for Thursday, November 14, 2019

Recent power shutoffs left millions of Californians without electricity for days. With state elections next year, counties aren’t wasting any time preparing their voting infrastructure in case of an outage. Story by Scott Rodd. (Photo: Generators in place in at businesses during a PG&E power shutoff in Nevada City Oct. 9, 2019 - Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio) The California Supreme Court released its investigation into the leak of test question topics ahead of the state bar exam in July.…

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