Tony Manolatos

Staff Writer, San Diego Union-Tribune

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It’s early Spring, but  Governor Schwarzenegger  has already declared a  drought  in California.

Warm and Dry Spring Fans the Flames

It’s early Spring, but Governor Schwarzenegger has already declared a drought in California.

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Decreasing winds in Southern California are giving firefighters a chance to gain ground.  Some residents are being allowed to go home or to see what's left of their homes.  Others are…

Criticism of Response to California Fires Mounts

Decreasing winds in Southern California are giving firefighters a chance to gain ground.  Some residents are being allowed to go home or to see what's left of their homes.  Others are…

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