Scott Rodd

State government reporter, Capital Public Radio

State government reporter at Capital Public Radio

Scott Rodd on KCRW

Members of Congress are demanding answers after a recent CapRadio/California Newsroom investigation revealed how the U.S.

Congress demands answers from Forest Service after CapRadio/CA Newsroom wildfire probe

Members of Congress are demanding answers after a recent CapRadio/California Newsroom investigation revealed how the U.S.

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A stalled U.S. Forest Service project could have protected Grizzly Flats, California, from Caldor Fire destruction.

Stalled US Forest Service project could have protected CA town from Caldor Fire destruction

A stalled U.S. Forest Service project could have protected Grizzly Flats, California, from Caldor Fire destruction.

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The state committed $1.5 billion for wildfire prevention and forest health in 2021. The California Newsroom investigated how Cal Fire has been spending that money.

Cal Fire fumbles key responsibilities to prevent catastrophic wildfires despite historic budget

The state committed $1.5 billion for wildfire prevention and forest health in 2021. The California Newsroom investigated how Cal Fire has been spending that money.

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