Martha Mendoza, The Associated Press

Martha Mendoza

The Associated Press

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Recent articles by Martha:

With scarcity of key material, medical mask manufacturers feel the squeeze

Shortfalls of medical N95 respirators — commonly referred to as N95 masks — and other protective gear started in March, when the pandemic hit New York. → Read More

With scarcity of key material, medical mask manufacturers feel the squeeze

Shortfalls of medical N95 respirators — commonly referred to as N95 masks — and other protective gear started in March, when the pandemic hit New York. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

White House officials say the United States has all the medical supplies needed to battle COVID-19, but health care workers, hospital officials and the FDA say that’s not the case. → Read More

Scarcity of key material squeezes medical mask manufacturing

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Rachel Spray is still grieving the loss of her fellow nurse who died after being exposed to the novel coronavirus at Kaiser Permanente Fresno Medical Center. Now, as she... → Read More

Ancient redwoods survive wildfire at California’s oldest state park

“But the forest is not gone,” Laura McLendon said. “It will regrow. Every old-growth redwood I’ve ever seen, in Big Basin and other parks, has fire scars on them. They’ve been through multiple fires, possibly worse than this.” → Read More

Ancient redwoods survive wildfire at California’s oldest state park

“But the forest is not gone,” Laura McLendon said. “It will regrow. Every old-growth redwood I’ve ever seen, in Big Basin and other parks, has fire scars on them. They’ve been through multiple fires, possibly worse than this.” → Read More

Ancient redwoods survive wildfire at California’s oldest state park

“But the forest is not gone,” Laura McLendon said. “It will regrow. Every old-growth redwood I’ve ever seen, in Big Basin and other parks, has fire scars on them. They’ve been through multiple fires, possibly worse than this.” → Read More

Crews keep working to pen in huge California wildfires

Aided by weather and reinforcements, firefighters were cautiously optimistic Tuesday about their progress to pen in California wildfires that have killed at least seven people and burned more than 1,200 homes and other buildings. → Read More

Crews keep working to pen in huge California wildfires

Firefighters helped by weather and reinforcements are hoping to continue progress toward extinguishing the California wildfires that have killed at least seven people and ravaged the San Francisco Bay Area and wine country → Read More

Crews hoping to keep momentum in California wildfire battles

SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — Aided by weather and reinforcements, firefighters were cautiously optimistic Tuesday as they struggled to pen in California wildfires that have killed at least seven people → Read More

Redwoods survive wildfire at California's oldest state park

When a massive wildfire swept through California’s oldest state park last week it was feared many trees in a grove of old-growth redwoods, some of them 2,000 years old and among the tallest living things on Earth, may finally have succumbed. But an Associated Press reporter and photographer hiked the renowned Redwood Trail at Big Basin Redwoods State Park on Monday and confirmed most of the… → Read More