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Last year, the Caldor Fire forced more than 20,000 people in South Lake Tahoe to evacuate. Ultimately, more than 1,000 structures were burned as the fire swept across nearly 222,000 acres. KUNR Youth Media reporter Ashton Taylor looks into what residents across the Tahoe region can do to protect their homes from future wildfires.…
A new analysis of state tax revenues shows that many states are ahead of projections made before COVID-19 rocked the economy. And some Mountain West states are the nation’s leading performers, while others are struggling to rebound.Door Kaleb Roedel
The pandemic has brought new challenges for everyone, including Damonte Ranch High School rising senior Maddie Rose, who had to find new coping methods to maintain a positive outlook. KUNR Youth Media’s Celeste Rizo sat down with Maddie to learn more about her experiences.Door Celeste Rizo Rivas, KUNR Youth Media
Last year, the Department of Interior began investigating the traumatic legacy of Indian boarding schools. Now comes the work of understanding their impact and what justice could look like. Editor’s Note: For listeners who might be sensitive, this story contains subject material that relates to the erasure of communities through systematic means – …
COVID-19 cases are substantially lower than at other points during the pandemic. But immunocompromised people, who make up nearly 3% of America’s population, are still navigating how to stay safe from the virus, while many others have largely returned to normal.Door Maddie Rose, KUNR Youth Media
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