KNX InDepth (November 12, 2018)

KNX In Depth
Monday, November 12th
The dubious records for biggest, deadliest and most destructive fires in California are being set on an almost month-to-month basis, and all expectations are that things are only going to get worse. So when President Trump blamed the state's wildfires on poor forest management and failed to show any empathy for firefighters on the front lines, the homeowners who have lost everything and the dozens killed by these fires, many Californians said "enough." We will go in depth.

And while forest management is indeed a small part in our unceasing wildfire cycle, there are MANY more factors at work making these fires ever deadlier and devastating.

The insurance industry in California has been stressed to the max with tens of thousands of fire claims over these past few years; can you expect enough compensation if you lose everything in a fire?

First responders in Ventura County had no time to recover from a mass shooting that claimed one of their own before having to rush to the front lines of a wildfire, we'll check in with Ventura's Sheriff.

And they're still counting--and starting to recount--votes from last week's midterm election.

But we start with firefighters responding to President Trump's critical tweet.