Demonstrators Demand PG&E Accepts Blame for Camp Fire
Officials in Butte County have added another name to the list of those who died in the Camp Fire, increasing the death toll to 86. Meanwhile, almost two dozen demonstrators rallied inside PG&E's lobby in San Francisco yesterday, demanding the utility take full responsibility for causing the blaze. The protest comes after a series of threats against PG&E workers in Butte County.
Reporter: Monica Samayoa
Butte County DA Weighs In on Camp Fire Investigation
Butte County's District Attorney Mike Ramsey has dealt with wildfires before. And all eyes will be on him once Cal Fire has investigated what caused the Camp Fire. Ramsay speaks with host Lily Jamali about how intensely he's focusing on the issue of why PG&E didn't turn off the power in the remote community where the fire ignited.
Guest: Mike Ramsey
L.A. Could Build Thousands of Homes in Wildfire Risk Zone
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has just signed off on a massive and controversial development called the Centennial Project. It's near the Grapevine on I-5, and comes with the promise of tens of thousands of new homes with relatively affordable price tags. The caveat: those houses would be built in an area at high risk for wildfire.
Reporter: Benjamin Gottlieb
Oakland Sues NFL, Raiders Over Departure
Here's a story that is likely to please former fans of the Oakland Raiders. There are plenty of those after the football team shared the news that it's leaving town. But the city of Oakland is now suing, targeting the NFL and the team over those plans.
Reporter: Nina Thorsen
PG&E filed a new report with state utility regulators last night detailing the damage its power equipment sustained in two areas where the Camp Fire is believed to have started. The report revealed that bullet holes were found on a power line that's believed to be near one of the ignition points.
Reporter: Ted Goldberg
A month after the Camp Fire destroyed some 14,000 homes, federal officials say they are making progress on getting people into FEMA trailers.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
When Fire Destroys 'Fire-Resistant' Homes
In California, any new home built in an area where the risk of wildfire is high has to meet strict state building codes designed to make the homes less likely to burn. But recent wildfires have destroyed even fire-resistant homes -- raising the question of whether some places are just too risky to build.
Reporter: Emily Guerin
Christine Blasey Ford Presents SI Inspiration Award to USA Gymnast
Silicon Valley professor Christine Blasey Ford made her first public statement since September, when she became a household name for testifying that now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh assaulted her. In a video, Dr. Ford presents Sports Illustrated’s Inspiration of the Year Award to former gymnast Rachael Denhollander, who was the first person to accuse USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar of sexual assault.