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Second-largest CA firm may be preparing for move to Texas

Second-largest CA firm may be preparing for move to Texas

  By Chris Reed, Calwatchdog.com California could be on the brink of one of its biggest corporate defections yet with the signs that McKesson Corp. – the pharmaceutical giant that is sixth on the Fortune 500 list – is preparing to move its headquarters from San Francisco to the Dallas area. Apple is the only California company that’s bigger […]

Water Hydrants Ran Dry as a Tsunami of Fire Chased Fleeing Californians

Water Hydrants Ran Dry as a Tsunami of Fire Chased Fleeing Californians

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter Paradise ran dry on water as waves of fire rushed toward people running from wildfires engulfing the small California town. Yet many citizens managed to escape before the blaze consumed their village. One fire outpost near the Sierra Nevada town recorded wind blasts of 52 mph on Nov. 8. A […]

Billions Needed to Rebuild California Communities Wiped Out by Wildfires

Billions Needed to Rebuild California Communities Wiped Out by Wildfires

By MICHAEL BASTASCH | Energy Editor . Rebuilding after California’s deadly .wildfires could cost up to $13 billion, and taxpayers can also expect a big bill for fighting this year’s massive blazes. Wildfires engulfed more than 246,000 acres and killed at least 80 people. Fire insurance premiums will likely increase for those living in fire-prone […]

Arson/Human Activity Suspected in Hill Fire

Arson/Human Activity Suspected in Hill Fire

Human activity/arson suspected in Hill Fire which started on November 8th 2018 between 10AM in the morning and 3PM that afternoon.  From NBC Los Angeles Local “The Ventura County Fire Department, Ventura County Sheriff’s Office and CAL Fire ruled out all other potential causes before reaching a conclusion on the incident. The brush fire scorched thousands of […]

Trump Promises ‘Safe Forests’ as He Surveys California Wildfire Damage

Trump Promises ‘Safe Forests’ as He Surveys California Wildfire Damage

 By MICHAEL BASTASCH | Energy Editor   President Donald Trump reiterated the need for better forest management while visiting California. “Other countries do it differently,” Trump said while touring the devastation. California Gov. Jerry Brown blamed global warming for the deadly fires. President Donald Trump doubled-down on his call for better forest management while surveying […]

Donald Trump Joins Democrats in California in Response to Wildfires

Donald Trump Joins Democrats in California in Response to Wildfires

By Charlie Spiering President Donald Trump teamed up with Governor Jerry Brown and Governor-elect Gavin Newsom to address the wildfires in California on Saturday. The president walked through the burned out remains of Paradise, California after 90 percent of the city was lost in the fires. “I’ve never seen anything like that,” Trump said about the […]

More than 1000 People Missing after Wildfire in Northern California

More than 1000 People Missing after Wildfire in Northern California

Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter . Officials are searching for more than 1,000 missing people in Northern California after the Camp Fire all but destroyed a community of about 27,000 people, The New York Times reported. The Camp Fire has killed at least 71 people, making it the deadliest fire in state history. (RELATED: See The Ghastly Photos […]

Greenpeace Reportedly Fighting to Stop Drivers from Learning About Carbon Taxes

Greenpeace Reportedly Fighting to Stop Drivers from Learning About Carbon Taxes

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator Greenpeace is reportedly challenging the placement of stickers on gas stations that notify drivers of higher fuel prices due to the implementation of a carbon tax. Ontario Premier Doug Ford, who has embarked on a pro-energy agenda in his province since entering office, will execute a number of measures to fight back against […]

Tijuana Mayor Denounces ‘Horde’ of Caravan Migrants, Calls for Swift Deportation

Tijuana Mayor Denounces ‘Horde’ of Caravan Migrants, Calls for Swift Deportation

Will Racke | Immigration and Foreign Policy Reporter Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum said Thursday that caravan migrants arriving by the hundreds are no longer welcome, an increasingly common sentiment among residents of the Mexican border city. Gastelum described the caravan of Central American migrants as a “horde” that has been infiltrated by criminals who […]

California Considers Bailing Out Utility Company Suspected of Starting Wildfires

California Considers Bailing Out Utility Company Suspected of Starting Wildfires

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter A California public utility company suspected of starting deadly wildfires in the Golden State is holding out hope that officials might rescue it from liabilities threatening its financial stability. California’s energy regulator is pledging a review of Pacific Gas & Electric Co., as well as possibly breaking up the state’s largest […]

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