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Northern California Devastated by Fast Moving Wildfire

Thursday evening a fast-moving fire roared through Paradise, California evacuating 30,000 people and burning 1,000 buildings. The fire ignited at about 6:30 a.m. in the Feather River Canyon near Pulga and Highway 70 and continued West. According to the Chico Enterprise-Record, in eight hours the fire increased to 18,000 acres. Exhibiting extreme fire conditions, the blaze has rapidly moved from remote to populated areas, destroying structures and homes in its path. There have been multiple fatalities, but authorities have been unable to verify the exact amount. Smoke from the fire can be seen as far away as San Jose and Fort Bragg.

We will update the story as more details become available.

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Baby Bear Video Sparks Drone Discussion
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Baby Bear Video Sparks Drone Discussion

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This video has sparked quite the convo on Twitter, some finding inspiration in this bear, others upset that the drone capturing the video may have interfered with the wildlife. Here's what people had to say: RELATED: Katmai National Park's Fat Bear Week is Amazing 

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Here’s How You Can Help Those Affected By The California Fires
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Currently, in both Northern and Southern California, there are three wildfires burning. These fires have displaced thousands, destroyed thousands of homes, and devastated entire communities. TGR will be donating 10% of our online shop sales this week to the California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund. Additionally, here is a list of verified resources of how you can help: 1. American Red Cross: This non-profit has helped by opening shelters throughout the state for evacuees.

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For centuries the ancient town of Nazaré was thought of only as a small fishing village along the Portuguese coast, if thought of at all. That all changed in 2011 when big wave legend and surf pioneer Garrett McNamara recorded himself with a GoPro riding down the face of a 78-foot behemoth within spitting distance of the town’s historic lighthouse. Since then, the once quiet town has been flooded by surfers and the town’s economy has been revitalized. Related: Rent or Download Andy Irons: