Houston Public Media discusses how the lack of construction workers could impact the rebuilding efforts after Hurricane Harvey.
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ABC7 News interviews firefighters who responded in the first hours of the North Bay wildfires.
CBS SF Bay Area news reports that appraisers will be assessing damage to property for tax bill purposes.
A Highland Park couple fights to return to their home after the city deemed it inhabitable.
CBS Sacramento covers phase 1 of cleanup going on in Yuba County following a wildfire in which hazardous materials are being removed from homeowners’ properties.
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