January 7, 2020
CalTrans Public Information Officer Colin Jones talks about local projects, Highway 154 safety, local funding and future projects.
20 Weeks to Preparedness download
Here’s how Paradise ignored warnings and became a deathtrap
Catastrophic fires are a reckoning for Californians and their ‘new normal.’ Has the state reached a tipping point?
What Can Be Done to Reduce Risks to Life and Property from Major Wildfires?
Santa Barbara County knew mudslides were a risk. It did little to stop them.
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“WILDFIRE, Past, Present and Future” is a video interview with retired State Fire Marshals Kate Dargan and Ronny Coleman.
Much of the research materials utilized with the program can be found at “The Briefing Room” under Mike’s Library.