We are fewer than 60 days from the start of the 2018 fire season, and we have still not recovered from the fires that destroyed large parts of California in 2017.
We're also still trying to learn from those fires. In Northern California, more than 40 people died. A team of KQED reporters have been investigating what happened the first night of those fires -- Oct. 8, 2017 -- in Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino counties.
Marisa Lagos and Lisa Pickoff-White join The California Report's John Sepulvado to talk about some of their findings, and what might change for California's emergency response systems: