California lawmakers have lent their voices in support of the Green New Deal to battle climate change now being considered in Congress. State Democrats argue global warming has led to a rise in wildfires.
Gold Country Wildlife Rescue in Auburn, CA released a bobcat that was severely burned in the Camp Fire into the Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve. The cat’s paws were treated by UC Davis vets with tilapia fish skins.
A bobcat that was cared for by Gold Country Wildlife Rescue is released back into the wild on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, after being treated at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine for fifth degree burns from the Camp Fire.
An estimated 18 million trees have died in the wildlands of California in the last year, many of them victim of the state’s recent drought years, the latest federal and state tree mortality census has found.
Nutria, a giant South American rodent, is an invasive species in California’s San Joaquin River Delta. CA Fish and Wildlife has a plan to exterminate the pest animals, but it will take more money and staff.
President Donald Trump proposed relaxing restrictions on Delta water pumping to aid Central Valley Project farmers. The plan could hurt the State Water Project, California cities and endangered fish species.
The person who died Wednesday of carbon monoxide poisoning in Old North Sacramento has been identified by the coroner’s office as a 61-year-old man. Sacramento Fire Department Capt. Keith Wade said the man had a detector.
CalMatters and the Sacramento Bee look at the challenges to the frayed complex power grid of stations, lines and transformers keeping the lights on for millions of Californians who mostly take it for granted.
When California's devastating wildfires burn through cities, they leave millions of tons of contaminated debris behind. Here's how the debris cleanup from the Camp Fire will dwarf the state’s previous devastating fires.