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California's deadliest fires set off debate about illegal immigration and sanctuary policies

Los Angeles Times (Alene Tchekmedyian, Joseph Serna) — Deadly wildfires in Northern California that destroyed or damaged nearly 10,000 homes have set off a contentious debate over something seemingly unrelated: immigration. At the center of the dispute are the top cops of Sonoma County and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who have been sparring...
  • New: 5 hr 20 min ago

California's deadliest fires set off debate about illegal immigration and sanctuary policies

Los Angeles Times (Alene Tchekmedyian, Joseph Serna) — Deadly wildfires in Northern California that destroyed or damaged nearly 10,000 homes have set off a contentious debate over something seemingly unrelated: immigration. At the center of the dispute are the top cops of Sonoma County and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who have been sparring...
  • New: 5 hr 20 min ago

Heavy metal bassist Jason Newsted lists his Montana ranch for nearly $5 million

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — Heavy metal bassist Jason Newsted is ready to beat it out of Montana. The musician of Metallica and Flotsam and Jetsam fame has listed his ranch in historic Sula, near the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness and Lost Trail Powder Mountain, for sale at $4.95 million. Surrounded by mountain peaks and rolling...
  • New: 12 hr ago

Heavy metal bassist Jason Newsted lists his Montana ranch for nearly $5 million

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — Heavy metal bassist Jason Newsted is ready to beat it out of Montana. The musician of Metallica and Flotsam and Jetsam fame has listed his ranch in historic Sula, near the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness and Lost Trail Powder Mountain, for sale at $4.95 million. Surrounded by mountain peaks and rolling...
  • New: 12 hr ago

Nashville Predators @ Philadelphia Flyers: The Gang Returns to Philly

On the Forecheck (Bobby Misey) — Flilip-Filip-Filipadlephia! Just over a week since playing a 6-5 thriller at Bridgestone Arena, the Nashville Predators and Philadelphia Flyers meet once more, this time at Wells Fargo Arena. Since they last met, both teams have climbed to the #1 wild card spot in their respective conferences. The Flyers have won both of their last two games, while the Predators have since beaten the ...
  • 15 hr ago

Wallner: Griffins to get Svechnikov back in the lineup this weekend

Kuklas Korner (George Malik) — The Grand Rapids Griffins will play a set of back-to-backs in Rockford against the IceHogs on Friday and at home against the Hershey Bears on Saturday, and the Griffins have been playing without the services of Evgeny Svechnikov (neck) since the start of the season. That will change on Friday, as the Grand Rapids Press's Peter J. Wallner reports: The former first-round pick in 2015 has been...
  • 15 hr 17 min ago

Firefighters lacked water-dropping aircraft in first hours of wildfires in wine country

Los Angeles Times (Paige St. John) — Firefighters lacked water-dropping aircraft in first critical hours wine country wildfires.
  • 16 hr 50 min ago

Firefighters lacked water-dropping aircraft in first hours of wildfires in wine country

Los Angeles Times (Paige St. John) — Firefighters lacked water-dropping aircraft in first critical hours wine country wildfires.
  • 16 hr 50 min ago

Northern California fires are mostly contained. Next step: cleaning up

Los Angeles Times (Joseph Serna, Sonali Kohli) — As crews gain increasing control of Northern California’s massive wildfires, firefighters from around the state are starting to return while some evacuees are just now digging through what’s left of their neighborhoods. Most mandatory evacuations throughout the region have been lifted, but about...
  • 17 hr ago

Northern California fires are mostly contained. Next step: cleaning up

Los Angeles Times (Joseph Serna, Sonali Kohli) — As crews gain increasing control of Northern California’s massive wildfires, firefighters from around the state are starting to return while some evacuees are just now digging through what’s left of their neighborhoods. Most mandatory evacuations throughout the region have been lifted, but about...
  • 17 hr ago

After staggering losses in California firestorm, officials expect state's largest debris-removal effort ever

Los Angeles Times (Louis Sahagun) — With more than 5,500 homes destroyed across Northern California wine country in wildfires, the staggering level of loss can be defined by the personal items that residents lost. Incinerated photos and personal papers. Jewelry that melted away. Refrigerators, washers and dryers burned black. Residents...
  • 21 hr ago

After staggering losses in California firestorm, officials expect state's largest debris-removal effort ever

Los Angeles Times (Louis Sahagun) — With more than 5,500 homes destroyed across Northern California wine country in wildfires, the staggering level of loss can be defined by the personal items that residents lost. Incinerated photos and personal papers. Jewelry that melted away. Refrigerators, washers and dryers burned black. Residents...
  • 21 hr ago

Thousands displaced by Northern California's wildfires now face the region's housing shortage

Los Angeles Times (Liam Dillon) — Shelly Lanning, her husband and two children are staying with her mother in Ukiah, an hour from where her home burned down the morning of Oct. 9. She’s not sure where she’s going to live next. Lanning, 46, ran a day-care center and her husband a catering company out of their home in Santa Rosa’s...
  • 22 hr ago