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California's Deadliest Fire Now Blocking Sun; Temps Drop By 10 Degrees As "Hazardous" Air Chokes Residents
The smoke from the Camp Fire, which has burned 140,000 acres, claimed at least 56 lives, and is 40% contained, is so bad that anyone in the cities of Chico or Gridley who venture outdoors without a surgical-grade respirator are putting themselves in danger, according toBloomberg.
Roseville and Rocklin School Closures Due to Dangerous Air Quality - Rocklin and Roseville Today
Latest Roseville and Rocklin School ClosuresRoseville, CA- Here are the latest updates regarding local school closures.Some local schools remain open despite ongoing health and safety concerns from dangerous levels of particulate matter in the air.“Children and elderly are at the highest risk.”At th
Wildfire smoke brings world's worst air quality to northern California
In fact, air quality in northern California on Thursday was the worst in the world, even worse than notoriously smoggy cities in India and China, according toPurple Air, an air quality monitoring network.
Dangerous Health Effects of Smoke and Particulate Matter - Rocklin and Roseville Today
Roseville, CA- As California fires bring more devastation, one of the significant impacts that extend far beyond the immediate fire zone is widespread smoke and the associated health risks. Smoke and particulate matter can have serious health effects, especially on children and older adults.
Why Sac health officials recommend not canceling class over poor air quality
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- After Sacramento State University and UC Davis decided to close campus due to poor air quality, several parents reached out to ABC10 to ask, "Why weren't grade schools canceling class?" Officials with Sacramento City Unified School District, Elk Grove Unified School District, a
Camp Fire missing persons list now tops 630, with 63 dead and more bodies being found | The Sacramento Bee
The Camp Fire that erupted a week ago in Butte County had two separate ignition points, Cal Fire said Thursday night, and the resulting conflagration has now killed at least 63 people and left 631 still missing. Cal Fire gave no further details about the ignition points or cause of the blaze, which
THE LATEST: Norovirus Outbreak Sickens Dozens At Camp Fire Evacuation Centers
Volunteers say they want people to go to shelters, so clothing, food and toilets will be removed by Sunday.
Citrus Heights: 5 Nearby Open Houses To Stop By
CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA — If you're searching for a new place, odds are you've already browsed through all the internet listings for your area. And while you've probably gotten a decent idea of what these houses are like from the photographs, there's just no comparison to witnessing the real thing.
Sierra College Closes Campus Locations Due to Camp Fire Smoke - Rocklin and Roseville Today
Effective immediately, all day and evening classes and activities at the Rocklin Campus, Nevada County Campus, and Roseville Center are cancelled and all offices are closed through tomorrow evening, Thursday, November 15.
Drone video shows Camp fire destruction in Paradise
Drone video by theSacramento Beeshows the devastation left by the Camp fire, the deadliest, most destructive wildfire in California history.
Camp Fire: The local police and firefighters who responded to the deadliest wildfire
PARADISE, Calif. -- Fire crews and resources from around the region responded, some within hours, to the call for mutual aid to what would eventually become the deadliest fire in California history.
Monty Python stars John Cleese upsets fans with joke tweet about California wildfire
On Tuesday, the Monty Python star took to Twitter to share a story he claims happened to him while dining out in Sacramento, near Paradise where several people have been affected by the spreading flames that haveclaimed 48 lives, killed countless animals and destroyed many homes.
N. California fires death toll now at 48; many missing
CHICO, Calif. (AP) - A message board at a shelter for the many people who fled California's deadliest wildfire is filled with photos of the missing, as well as pleas for any information about relatives and friends. "I hope you are okay," reads one hand written note on the board filled with white and
No easy breathing: The air in Sacramento hasn’t been this bad in nearly a decade
Air quality related to fine particulate matter was expected to hit “unhealthy” or “very unhealthy” levels for the seventh time this year in the Sacramento region on Wednesday, more “code red” or worse days than any other year since at least 2009, according to the latest data fromlocal air districts.
Why don't some trees burn during wildfires? Mother Nature is unpredictable, scientist says
PARADISE, Calif.- Drone video taken over Paradise, Calif. shows the devastation of the Northern California town northeast of Sacramento where the state's most devastating wildfire destroyed more than 6,500 structures and killed at least 48 people.
Driver Arrested In Fatal Teen Bicyclist Hit And Run
(source: Sacramento CHP) SACRAMENTO (CBS13) -A man was arrested for the Sacramento hit and run that left a 14-year-old bicyclist dead on September 19. The collision happened on Watt Avenue near Whitney where 50-year-old Edward John Flores allegedly struck the victim and fled the scene with the 14-ye
Rich people are coming, not leaving California : Letters
Those moving out are those least qualified, while the influx is of those who are highly qualified and better paid. The rich aren’t leaving, they are coming.
Friend shares photos of Concow man who died in Camp Fire
When Jesus Fernandez, 48, of Concow went missing in the wake of the Camp Fire, his friend Myrna Pascua took to social media to find him.
After student backlash, UC Davis reverses decision and closes campus due to smoke; Sac State also closed
The campus will now be closed for the day with the exception of health care facilities, including UC Davis hospitals, care clinics and the Student Health and Wellness center,UC Davis announced Wednesday morning.
Here are ways you can help the victims of the deadliest fire in California history
The fire began last week and has already burned 125,000 acres and has destroyed 7,600 structures, most of them homes. As of late Tuesday, 48 people have died and 200 are still missing.