Wildfire Spreads in Ojai

The town of Ojai is still standing but flames, fueled by dry vegetation and high winds, still threaten the area.
Guest: Stephanie O’Neill

State Fire Resources Stretched Thin

State Officials in Sacramento say unpredictable wildfires are taxing state resources.
Reporter: Peter Arcuni

Firefighters face possible flareups in Sylmar Fire

Firefighters did catch a little bit of a break yesterday as Santa Ana winds tapered of fin the region. Enough so that more water-dropping aircraft were able to get airborne before a new round of winds lashed the Southland.
Reporter: Steven Cuevas

Southern California Fires Bring Air Quality Risks

As happened during the recent fires in California’s wine country, the ones burning around Southern California have prompted warnings from the air quality management district and the public health department.
Reporter: Polly Stryker

Oakland Ghost Ship Fire Survivor Recounts Escape in Testimony

Emotional testimony is expected to continue Thursday to determine whether two men will stand trial for manslaughter after a fire at an Oakland warehouse party killed 36 people last year.
Reporter: Alex Emslie

Sacramento Lobbyist Name One of Time Magazine’s People of the Year

The woman who started the “We Said Enough” campaign calling out sexual harassment in Sacramento, is now one of Time Magazine’s People of the Year.
Reporter: Katie Orr

Assembly Speaker Reflects on State Capitol’s Harassment Response

Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon talks about the “We Said Enough” letter that fueled the nationwide denouncing sexual harassment .
Guest: Anthony Rendon

The California Report 7 December,2017KQED News Staff

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