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Cheryl Jennings Nov 30
victims of the They will need our support for a very, very long time. Check this concert out!!! Thank you for continuing fundraising efforts and making sure donations go to trusted partners
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Sandhya Patel Nov 13
We have a level 2 storm coming Wednesday & it brings concerns! Moderate strength system may cause possible problems in recent burn areas. Could see downed trees, power lines. Get ready! mountains
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Brian Murphy 19 Oct 17
KNBR/Cumulus SF listeners have been *awesome*, raising $236K so far for relief. Another listener, Jim Nantz, just added $5K.
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Green Day Oct 28
Help us for victims of the . Donate or buy tix for the 11/9 concert w
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Matthias Gafni Dec 5
Wading through more than 1K 911 calls from ; incredibly tragic. Trapped residents frantic for help; one decides to hike off the hill when car burns up in flames
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Brooks Jarosz Aug 28
SAD REALITY: New numbers show less than 1% of homes destroyed in have been rebuilt. reports only 9 completed, 520 under construction. Two-thirds of homeowners underinsured by an average of $317,000!
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Laura Anthony Oct 8
First time back to the Glen Ellen ranch that burned in last year’s Nuns Fire. These are therapy horses that helped Jaycee Dugard recover from two decades of captivity. On the night of the fire, Jaycee helped them. at 6.
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Drew Tuma Oct 8
There are a handful of moments in your career you never forget. Being on-air & sending this tweet a year ago tonight is one of them. Trying to save as many lives/property in what would become the most destructive wildfire in California's history.
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Daniel Swain May 20
These are pretty amazing stories (and footage) from the local response to the urban firestorm during devastating of October 2017. Vividly illustrates challenges of fire in the wildland-urban interface.
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REDF Nov 13
Many firefighters who fought the are currently incarcerated. Upon release, they will not be eligible to become career firefighters. Read this piece in on why we need to create more opportunities.
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Peter Stetina Nov 3
Guys: is donating 500 kids bikes lost from Apply here: Proud to ride for them!
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Heather Holmes Nov 23
On this , a memory found in the rubble of the . William Ghilotti of Ghilotti Construction said he was "checking something out & I looked on the mantel & found somebody's ring."
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TerryMcSweeney Oct 8
Bell ringing in - once for each city resident killed in one year ago-24 lives lost.
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KenWayne Jan 2
Sally was a cat that was found after the , and reunited with her family. but hundreds are still missing. Volunteers are still setting out food trying to lure survivors to safety.
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Jeff Ranieri Apr 21
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Katie Marzullo Nov 10
Bay Area community holds fundraiser for victims.
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Marin County Fire Dec 2
Loading bikes to take back to to give to victims.
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Paul Rogers Dec 5
Newly released 911 tapes provide new evidence that deadly Napa-Sonoma fires were started by power lines. "They’ve been falling and causing a lot of problems,” dispatcher said to caller as blazes were starting. via
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Drew Tuma Nov 8
Will never forget the 1st images we showed at 11pm From that point the decision was simple & swift to stay on air for 25hours
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Justine Waldman May 23
1st home ready to live in after ! And homeowner can’t wait to make this house a home. Only on at 8.
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