Kirk Siegler

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Reporter Kirk Siegler covers Southern California and the western US for National Public Radio.

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Five years after the Camp Fire destroyed Paradise, CA, about a third of the town has been repopulated, consisting of fire survivors and new residents.

Optimism and tougher building standards: Paradise gains new life 5 years after Camp Fire

Five years after the Camp Fire destroyed Paradise, CA, about a third of the town has been repopulated, consisting of fire survivors and new residents.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Camp Fire in Northern California has killed more than 60 people. Authorities have announced that more than 600 others are missing.

Number of missing people in Camp Fire soars to more than 600

The Camp Fire in Northern California has killed more than 60 people. Authorities have announced that more than 600 others are missing.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Cedar Mesa Citadel Ruins at Bears Ears National Monument Photo courtesy Bureau of Land Management 
 The  1906 Antiquities Act  allows presidents to protect public lands and create…

Executive Order puts Antiquity Act under scrutiny

Cedar Mesa Citadel Ruins at Bears Ears National Monument Photo courtesy Bureau of Land Management The 1906 Antiquities Act allows presidents to protect public lands and create…

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