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October 30, 2015 1:20 PM

Governor declares state of emergency over dying trees

Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency last week as an infestation of bark beetles and four years of drought are expected to kill off at least 22 million trees in California forests.

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    Cal Fire reminds those in any potential evacuation zone to "remember the 6 P's" in case of evacuation. These are the top six important items that you will want to have ready to go. All are important, but some are more crucial that others (e.g. No. 1).