Lily Jamali

KQED correspondent

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Power lines can pose a big problem when it comes to wildfires. The northern California town of Paradise was obliterated in 2018 by a fire sparked by a power line.

PG&E to spend billions to bury power lines underground. Will that effectively prevent wildfires?

Power lines can pose a big problem when it comes to wildfires. The northern California town of Paradise was obliterated in 2018 by a fire sparked by a power line.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

PG&E agreed to pay more than $13 billion to victims of the Camp Fire and other recent fires in Northern California. The money was put in a special Fire Victims Trust.

PG&E agreed to pay billions to Camp Fire survivors. But lots of funds have gone to admin costs instead

PG&E agreed to pay more than $13 billion to victims of the Camp Fire and other recent fires in Northern California. The money was put in a special Fire Victims Trust.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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