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(INSET: Daryl Osby) A welcome sign remains near a burned burned home after the Camp fire tore through the region in Paradise, California on November 12, 2018. - Thousands of firefighters spent a fifth day digging battle lines to contain California's worst ever wildfire as the wind-whipped flames cleaved a …

L.A. County Fire Chief Blames Woolsey Fire on ‘Extreme Climate Change’

Los Angeles County Fire Chief Daryl Osby on Monday appeared to blame climate change for the deadly Woolsey fire in Southern California and pushed back against President Donald Trump’s criticism of state officials, who he claimed were responsible for the fast-spreading blaze.

Jerry Brown climate change (Patrik Stollarz / AFP / Getty)

Jerry Brown Blames Climate Change for California Wildfires

California Gov. Jerry Brown blamed climate change for the devastating California wildfires, despite a complete lack of evidence — a day after President Donald Trump was widely criticized for blaming poor forest management.

Maxine Waters

Maxine Waters: We Wish Trump Would ‘Keep His Mouth Shut’ About California

Sunday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) responded to President Donald Trump’s tweet about California’s wildfires. Waters said, “The president of the United States attempts to talk about things that he has no knowledge of.  He doesn’t even understand what goes

A wildfire blazing so quickly that firefighters couldn’t hope to …

***Live Updates*** Wildfires Blaze Across Parts of California

A wildfire blazing so quickly that firefighters couldn’t hope to stop it quadrupled in size Friday after destroying several thousand buildings and leveling much of a Northern California town of nearly 30,000 people, according to state authorities. A wind-driven wildfire is also raging through Southern California communities on Friday, relentlessly pushing toward tony Malibu.

Bay-Delta Plan water protest (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

State Board Votes for One-Month Delay in Bay-Delta Plan

The California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) voted Wednesday to delay the adoption of the controversial new Bay-Delta plan after most of the stakeholders asked for more time to negotiate agreements on water use.