Thomas Fire Grows Over Weekend
In Ventura County the persistent Thomas Fire has destroyed roughly 800 structures and scorched over 230,000 acres, making it among the largest wildfires in state history.
Guests: Steven Cuevas and Lance Orozco
Ventura Street Highlights Indiscriminate Nature of Wildfires
We are beginning to learn how the Thomas Fire impacted not just towns and neighborhoods, but individual streets , like one in Ventura, where some houses survived, and others did not.
Reporter: Jonathan Bastian
Between this year's epic fires in Northern California's wine country and now in Southern California, the state's insurance commissioner says some insurance companies may end up issuing fewer policies in the years ahead.
Reporter: Guy Marzorati
It's official. 2017 has been the deadliest and most destructive year on record for wildfires in California. High winds, dry brush and a lack of rain are all immediate reasons why things have been so bad, but is climate change the underlying culprit?
Reporter: Jacob Margolis
Plumas, Lake Counties At Risk of Hepatitis C Outbreak
Plumas County, along with Lake County, has been flagged as at-risk for an outbreak of Hepatitis C. And this is linked to the opioid crisis. We find out how these two things are connected.
Guest: Andrew Woodruff