California, along with a coalition of other states, says the new "public charge" rule creates unnecessary barriers for immigrants to obtain legal status.
Employees at a recycling facility in Humboldt County, California, recovered all but $320.
Mussels are the “canaries in the coal mine for climate change — only this canary provides food and habitat for hundreds of other species," says a biologist.
The settlement with the California utility included $270 million to the town of Paradise, which was mostly destroyed in the fire.
The state experienced its most destructive and deadliest wildfire ever in 2018.
The power company said the fund will help with living expenses and other urgent needs, according to a bankruptcy court filing.
After November’s deadliest fire in California history, many were left homeless and unable to find affordable places to live nearby.
Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom said “the budget just changed” after a meeting with mayors on housing.
The house features orange and purple walls, with towering dinosaur sculptures and colored mushrooms dotting the lawn.
Leia and Caroline Carrico were found “safe and sound” on Sunday morning, Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal said.
The fire in the Northern California town of Paradise was the state’s deadliest and most destructive ever.
About 4,000 residents of Guerneville and two dozen other communities along the river were ordered to evacuate Tuesday evening.
Under a PG&E bankruptcy, wildfire victims likely won’t get all of the money they have sued for, experts have said.
Areas devastated by last year’s wildfires are especially at risk, officials said.
Cleanup is expected to begin in January and take about a year to complete.
The 7-year-old male was often seen around the Point Reyes National Seashore area.
The rain made the living situation even more difficult, a former Paradise resident told HuffPost.
Authorities said the blaze was 100 percent contained on Sunday, although it will be months before it's fully extinguished.
After the deadliest wildfire in state history, a downpour in the same area heightened the possibility of mudslides.
Celebrity chef José Andrés is aiming to serve up to 15,000 meals to evacuees, including in shelters.