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See Santa Rosa before and after the fire

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California's public pension crisis is bad and getting worse

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A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa 3:27

A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa

Check out this colorful duck sitting pretty in Elk Grove 0:19

Check out this colorful duck sitting pretty in Elk Grove

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?' 1:19

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?'

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now' 1:01

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now'

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems 0:44

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems

'Hardly a one-man show in El Dorado Hills:' Four of The Bee's ranked teams to watch 1:35

"Hardly a one-man show in El Dorado Hills:" Four of The Bee's ranked teams to watch

See Cal Fire load up planes with fire retardant at McClellan Reload Airbase to help wildfires 1:00

See Cal Fire load up planes with fire retardant at McClellan Reload Airbase to help wildfires

Take a drive through the destroyed Fountaingrove neighborhood in Santa Rosa 2:04

Take a drive through the destroyed Fountaingrove neighborhood in Santa Rosa

See Santa Rosa before and after the fire 0:47

See Santa Rosa before and after the fire

California's public pension crisis is bad and getting worse 1:45

California's public pension crisis is bad and getting worse

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Cathie Anderson connects you to local businesses, entrepreneurs and nonprofits by gathering insights and strategies from business leaders of large companies as well as small startups. She's been preparing for this assignment for years, with positions that include assistant business editor at The Detroit News and The Dallas Morning News, and business editor and features editor at The Sacramento Bee. Contact her at canderson@sacbee.com or 916-321-1193. Twitter: @CathieA_SacBee.