Northern California Rains Mean Less Fire, But More Hazards for Butte County
In San Fransisco, the rain has started to fall. The arrival of wet weather is expected to impact the state's seemingly unending wildfire season. Mike Smith with the National Weather Service joins host Penny Nelson to talk about how the rains will impact firefighting efforts.
Guest: Mike Smith
Almost Two Week Later, Camp Fire Evacuees Struggle to Find Housing
The deadly Camp Fire has destroyed more than 12,000 homes and displaced around 50,000 people in Northern California. Nearly two weeks after the fire began, FEMA has yet to deploy trailers or other temporary housing units to the region to house evacuees. In the meantime, Butte County officials say there's still availability at two Red Cross evacuation shelters.
Reporters: Polly Stryker, Jeremy Siegel
Chefs From Around the Country Prepare a Thanksgiving Feast for Fire Survivors
Many displaced by the Camp Fire are living in shelters, waiting for their next move. In the meantime, a nonprofit has stepped up and is preparing to feed evacuees a Thanksgiving meal.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
Secretary of Homeland Security Visits San Diego-Mexico Border
The Department of Homeland Security's top official paid a visit to California's border with Mexico yesterday. Reacting to a court ruling by a San Francisco federal judge, DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen blasted the temporary injunction against the president’s executive order stating migrants will not be granted asylum if they cross illegally, outside of official ports of entry.
Reporter: Steve Walsh
Mexico's New Administration Questions U.S. Response to 'Migrant Caravan'
Central American migrants are arriving in Tijuana by the hundreds. With just 10 days before Mexico’s new president takes over, officials with his incoming government say they’re rattled by the U.S. response to the migrant caravan at the border.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
Woolsey Fire Survivors Find Signs of Holiday Spirit Amid the Rubble
With Thanksgiving comes the start of a holiday season that will be very different for Californians hit hard by the recent wildfires. Reporter Jenny Hamel spent time in Malibu as residents surveyed the damage of the nearly 100,000-acre Woolsey Fire.
Reporter: Jenny Hamel