A thoughtful piece by Mark Arax published by The New York Times takes a different angle on the struggle to recover from 2018’s Camp Fire.
While state regulators craft new regulations and consult with the insurance industry, many Californians are paying extra-high premiums—or going without insurance entirely.
His critics portray him as a cartoonish billionaire boogeyman, while the world’s wealthiest individual works hard to prove them right.
Social media were once very good at sharing reliable first-hand information about fires, floods, etc. Not any more. Here’s an alternative.
Paradise suffered the deadliest fire in California history, with nearly the entire town destroyed in the Camp Fire of 2018. Here’s how recovery is going.
The world of journalism has been confronted by the sudden appearance of the so-called Large Language Model (LLM), a specific type of Artificial Intelligence platform, of which ChatGPT is the most famous example. We dive in and take a look.
By channeling funds to a number of nonprofits working on various issues in a given region, community foundations help solve big problems throughout California.
Marie Heilman of Winters, who is happy to be alive, wants people to guard against mosquitoes and the deadly virus they carry.
Cannabis has been king in this rural area of northern California. As prices plummet, communities and small businesses are hurting, Many blame Prop 64.