Tonight on “After Paradise” – it’s been 21 days since the Camp Fire leveled the city of Paradise. Flash flood and evacuation warnings filled the airwaves this afternoon. Tonight we’ll get the latest on the threat of landslides throughout the burn area, plus school is back in session next week – we hear from the superintendent. And the editor-in-chief of the Chico Enterprise-Record talks about how the paper is covering the crisis in its backyard.
In this episode:
- Tim Taylor, Butte County Office of Education Superintendent talks about the challenges the district is facing
- David Little, Editor-In-Chief of the Chico Enterprise-Record shares about how Chico's daily is covering the crisis
- Melissa Contant, a Bay Area resident and self-deployed volunteer talks about her experience helping evacuees in any way she can
- A family shares their plans for the future outside of Paradise
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For Thursday, November 29th, 2018… this is “After Paradise.”