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How you can help fire victims in Southern California

For a while, Southern California was lush and green thanks to a wet winter that spurred a growth in vegetation. But the hottest summer ever recorded in California history dried out much of that new greenery, turning the landscape into fuel for whatever fire needed abetting. Then came the Santa...
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