Oregon Bootleg Fire's Blazes Continue To Grow, Wafts Smoke Over Entire U.S.
The massive Bootleg Fire in southern Oregon has burned nearly 400,000 acres within the last two weeks — an area larger than Los Angeles. Smoke from the fire has polluted skies as far a New York City.
Liam Moriarty of Jefferson Public Radio joins host Celeste Headlee to discuss.
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