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Wildfire evacuees mixed on upcoming Trump visit

November 16, 2018

Wildfire evacuees expressed mixed feelings about President Donald Trump's planned visit to Northern California where a massive wildfire has killed at least 63 people and destroyed nearly 10,000 homes. (Nov. 16)

Volunteers look for remains in burned homes, cars

November 16, 2018

Search and rescue workers, including many volunteers, fanned out across fire-ravaged in search of the remains of victims who perished in California's deadliest wildfire. At least 63 people are known dead. (Nov. 16)

Northern Calif. fire: 63 dead, 631 unaccounted for

November 16, 2018

63 people are now known dead in the Northern California wildfire, while the number of unaccounted for has gone higher than 600. The number of homes and structures destroyed is more than 9,000. (Nov. 16)

4th-generation Paradise resident mourns fire loss

November 16, 2018

A fourth-generation resident of Paradise who saved his home from the devastating wildfire tours the destroyed town and mourns the wildfire losses (Nov. 16)

Drone video shows destruction from NorCal wildfire

November 16, 2018

As the search continues for more victims, drone video shows the extent of destruction from a wildifire that struck Paradise, California. Nearly 8,800 homes were destroyed in the community popular with retirees. (Nov. 15)

Bay Area residents coping with wildfire smoke

November 16, 2018

Deadly wildfires in Northern California are sending smoke into the San Francisco Bay area, prompting residents to stay indoors or wear face masks while outside as the Environmental Protection Agency rates the area's air as "very unhealthy." (Nov. 15)

AP reporter recounts NorCal wildfire body search

November 15, 2018

As firefighters searched the ruins of Paradise, California for the remains of those lost in a deadly wildfire, AP reporter Gillian Flaccus was there when two bodies were found. The blaze in Northern California destroyed the town of Paradise. (Nov. 15)

Zinke: California fire ‘worst’ he’s ever seen

November 15, 2018

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke joined California Gov. Jerry Brown on a visit to Paradise on Wednesday, saying it was the worst fire devastation he had ever seen. (Nov. 15)

Third body found from Southern California fire

November 15, 2018

Three people are now known dead from the Woolsey fire west of Los Angeles. On Wednesday, a burned body was removed from the rubble of an incinerated home in Agoura Hills. (Nov. 15)

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