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…

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