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PG&E Using Artificial Intelligence To Help Stop WildfiresPG&E is trying something new to help stop wildfires. The utility is testing artificial intelligence software in some of its ALERTWildfire cameras set up around the state.
Cal Fire Chief Thom Porter To Retire Next MonthThe chief of California's forestry and wildland firefighting agency announced Monday that he will retire next month after shepherding the state through three historic wildfire seasons.
Sequoia National Park Partially Reopening After Big FireFire-scarred Sequoia National Park will partially reopen on Thursday, the park announced.
Folsom Crews Perform Prescribed Burns In Wet Weather For Future Fire PreventionExperts say parts of California would have to see 200% of typical precipitation over the next three months to improve the statewide drought conditions.
Dixie Fire Fully Contained After More Than 3 Months, 963,309 Acres BurnedAfter more than three months, authorities say the Dixie Fire is now 100 percent contained.
'It's Hard To See': Non-Profit Helping Fire Victims Needs Help Of Its OwnMany in the area lost everything in the River Fire this summer. Some of them turned to Hope Outreach for a roof over their head. But part of that roof just gave way to weather damage, and with more severe weather headed this way, they're not sure how much longer they'll have a home.
Gov. Newsom Issues Emergency Order To Help Recovering Wildfire CountiesGovernor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency and issued a proclamation to help California counties affected by the recent wildfires, said Officials from the Governor's Office.
Five Counties File Joint Lawsuit Against PG&E Over Dixie Fire DamageFive Northern California counties have joined together to sue PG&E for the injuries and damage done by the Dixie Fire.
Snow Helps In Final Stretch Of Fight Against Caldor FireThe snow in the Truckee area was welcomed by fire agencies as the Caldor Fire continues to smolder in the Sierra.
Firefighters Deal With Aftermath Of Brannan Island FireAfter the Brannan Island Fire in Isleton, firefighters continue to extinguish small "smokers" and are investigating whether the area is safe for residents of the area to return to their homes, the River Delta Fire District said.