California Gov. Jerry Brown toured areas devastated by a large wildfire burning in Southern California on Saturday, and warned the state faces a "new normal" of fire risk exacerbated by climate change. Read more this | Linking Blogs | Comments
California Governor Jerry Brown has told the state’s residents to get used to destructive wildfires in winter, declaring them “the new normal”. As six major fires ravage southern California, having led to the death of one person and...
The Latest on wildfires burning in Southern California (all times local): ___ 12:50 p.m. California Gov. Jerry Brown says deadly and destructive wildfires in winter are "the new normal." Brown … Click to Continue »
(Reuters) - Strong winds that have powered the third-largest wildfire in California's history were expected on Sunday to further fuel a blaze that has burned 267,500 acres.