Wildfire woes

Bree Seville uses a small brush to sweep the stairs leading to the burned out ruins of her fiance’s mother’s home in Redding, Calif., on Thursday. California is seeing earlier, longer and more destructive wildfire seasons because of drought, warmer weather and home construction deeper into forests, state fire officials say. The Associated Press

Bree Seville uses a small brush to sweep the stairs leading to the burned out ruins of her fiance’s mother’s home in Redding, Calif., on Thursday. California is seeing earlier, longer and more destructive wildfire seasons because of drought, warmer weather and home construction deeper into forests, state fire officials say.

The Associated Press