Rising From The Ashes: A Camp Fire Special

PARADISE, Calif. - In a Camp Fire special, Action News Now looks at what is next for the town of Paradise and what was learned during the 2018 fire and the months that have followed.

Morning anchor Julia Yarbough looks at the future of evacuation plans for the town.

After seeing what was learned by the Camp Fire, Reporter Stephanie Lin looks at what the future holds for emergency alerts.

Anchor Hayley Watts looks to how utility lines will be going underground as the town rebuilds.

The Paradise Police & Fire Departments lost staff and Reporter Laura Eng spoke with them about how they plan to overcome the challenges faced.

Reporter Christina Vitale shows how the Paradise Irrigation District and Del Oro Water Company are making sure people get clean & safe water.

Reporter Jafet Serrato spoke with school leaders about what the future is for schools on the ridge.

Looking into the process of wildfire insurance, Reporter Cecile Juliette explains what options survivors may have.

Sports reporters Vanessa Romo & Brandon Benitez explain how the Paradise Bobcats athletic program is working to move forward.

Reporter Spencer Joseph shares the story behind the viral photo of a flag being flown in the rubble of a Paradise neighborhood.

Lastly, a Memoriam for the 85 lives lost in the November 2018 fire.

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