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Diana Marcum

Diana Marcum writes about life in the small towns and rural areas of California for the Los Angeles Times. In 2015, she won the Pulitzer Prize for narrative portraits of farm workers, farmers and others in California’s drought-stricken Central Valley. She is the author of “The Tenth Island, Finding Joy, Beauty and Unexpected Love in the Azores.”
Camp fire survivors accuse PG&E of 'callous and despicable disregard' for safety

The official cause of California's deadliest wildfire has yet to be determined, but that hasn't stopped Camp fire survivors from filing more than a dozen lawsuit against Pacific gas & Electric and accusing the utility of sparking the blaze through negligence. The latest suit was filed Tuesday.

Once a year, ghosts bring life to an old Gold Rush town

First a Mexican village and then a lawless Gold Rush town before giving way to miners and sawmills, Hornitos these days is pretty much a ghost town. Except for one night a year.

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