An American flag hangs at a burned out mobile home park in Paradise, California on November 18, 2018. - The family lost a home in the same spot to a fire 10 years prior. (Photo by Josh Edelson / AFP) (Photo credit should read JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Israeli Aid Group Sends Rescue Team to California Fires

TEL AVIV – Israeli NGO IsraAID has dispatched an emergency response team to California to assist communities impacted by the devastating wildfires that have so far killed 80 people and destroyed 14,000 buildings.

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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.

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Cal Fire: Catalytic Converter Caused Ferguson Fire Near Yosemite

Cal Fire investigators revealed on Friday that July’s 96,901-acre Ferguson Fire near Yosemite National Park was started by a super-heated catalytic converter. The California Department of Forestry (Cal Fire) determined that Ferguson Fire — which killed two firefighters, injured another

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Big Temperature Drop to Help Contain Holy Fire

Firefighters expect big gains toward containing Southern California’s Holy Fire in the coming days, as AccuWeather predicts high temperatures will fall by 19 degrees from earlier this week.

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Mudslides in Montecito as Winter Rains Hit Fire-Ravaged SoCal

A mudslide shut down the 101 Freeway in Montecito, California, on Tuesday morning as heavy winter rains hit the region devastated by the recent Thomas fire. #BREAKING: Mudslide shuts down the 101 in Montecito. People asking to be rescued from

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Wall of Fire Bears Down on Santa Barbara Gateway Towns

Firefighters are bracing Sunday morning to stop a wall of fire that is advancing on Carpenteria and Montecito, two towns that line the southeast approach to Santa Barbara along Highway 101 and that stand in the direct path of the massive Thomas fire.