The Almeda fire left a path of destruction as it tore through the Rogue Valley in southern Oregon. About 24 hours after it started, an estimated 2,350 homes had been left in ashes. We used satellite images, videos and social media posts to track what happened.
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This Morning With Gordon Deal reports: At least 35 dead as fires continue to rage across the west, the Gulf Coast braces for Tropical Storm Sally and how to build a resilient business during a pandemic.
Deadly wildfires rage in Western states, GOP ‘Skinny’ bill on coronavirus aid is blocked by Democrats, and 9/11 responders give assist to coronavirus essential workers.
Extreme heat and 50 mile per hour wind gusts are fueling major fires across 11 Western States. Two towns in Oregon are completely burned down. Also, the president told famous Watergate journalist Bob Woodward in early February that he believed coronavirus was “deadly” despite offering reassuring public statements.
And, a whistleblower at the Department of Homeland Security says he was ordered to alter intelligence reports on white supremacists, Russia and China, all to please the president.