Masks In Short Supply As Bay Area Air Remains Unhealthy
With the Bay Area in the midst of unprecedented poor air quality due to wildfire smoke, people searching for N95 respiratory masks are finding them in short supply. Jackie Ward reports. (11/19/18)

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SF Tourists, Locals Long to Breathe Clear Air and Get Out of TownSan Francisco can now boast of having the worst air quality in the world as atmospheric conditions keep smoke from the Camp Fire in Butte County trapped over the Bay Area. Susie Steimle reports that both tourists and locals are getting fed up. (11-16-18)
Unhealthy Air Blankets Bay Area; Local Colleges Cancel ClassesAir conditions in the Bay Area remain unhealthy, one week after the Camp Fire started in Butte County. The poor air quality has prompted many to wear masks and for local colleges to cancel classes for the rest of the week. Katie Nielsen reports. (11/15/18)
Team Coverage: Camp Fire Evacuees Seek Shelter, How You Can HelpThe Camp Fire in Butte County has become the deadliest in California history, with at least 42 people killed and over 200 still missing. Wilson Walker reports on evacuees searching for long-term shelter, while Jackie Ward reports on how Bay Area residents can help. (11/13/18)
Team Coverage: Fire Crews Battle Camp, Woolsey Fires For 5th DayCrews continue to battle massive wildfires in Northern California and near Los Angeles for a fifth straight day on Monday, with no end in sight. Meanwhile, smoke from the Camp Fire near Chico continues to cause unhealthy air quality in the Bay Area. Jackie Ward and Anne Makovec report. (11/12/18)
Face Masks Provide Little Protection from Wildfire SmokeWith the air quality so poor a lot people were wearing masks in the Bay Area on Friday but some experts recommend against using any masks at all. Julie Watts reports. (11-9-18)
Raw Video: Cal Fire Spokesperson Gives Friday AM Update On Camp FireCal Fire spokesperson Robert Foxworth gave an update on the Camp Fire burning in Butte County Friday morning, saying the blaze has scorched 70,000 acres. (11/9/18)

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