The Latest: Hearses gather amid search for wildfire victims | Charlotte Observer The Latest: Hearses gather amid search for wildfire victims

A parking lot in Paradise, California is a staging area for hearses as search teams try to find the bodies of casualties.

PARADISE fire is still ablaze after being ignited on Thursday. Here is everything you need to know as Camp Fire rages on as 23 people are confirmed dead.

Hollywood strikes back after Trump's fire tweet

A raft of celebrities took to Twitter Saturday to slam the U.S. president.

Death toll hits 25 from wildfires at both ends of California | News & Observer Death toll hits 25 from wildfires at both ends of California

Authorities have called in a mobile DNA lab and anthropologists to help identify the dead as the search goes on for victims of the most destructive wildfire in California history.

Extreme 'devil winds' may worsen deadly California fires

At least 23 people have been killed by the Camp Fire that broke out on Thursday northeast of Sacramento and consumed much of the mountain town of Paradise. Hundreds of miles to the south, at least two people died in the Woolsey conflagration threatening the wealthy beach community of Malibu, near Los

California wildfires death toll rises to 25 - The Manila Times Online

California fire: Search continues as death toll rises to 23 | Inquirer News

A mobile DNA lab and anthropologists are helping identify the dead as the search goes on for victims California’s most destructive wildfire.

Investigators in grim search for victims as California fires rage

PARADISE: Search teams scoured the carnage of California's most destructive ever wildfire on Sunday (Nov 11), with the state-wide death toll ...

Severe ‘devil winds’ expected to whip up California wildfires

Winds of up to 70 mph were expected in north California, fanning the flames of wildfires that have killed at least 25 people

Death toll in Northern California wildfire rises to 23

Death toll in Northern California wildfire rises to 23

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Rich or not, famous or not, there was little reprieve Saturday from the California wildfires sweeping through towns as different as the star-filled oceanside enclave of Malibu and the modest communities nearby and in the state's north. Lady Gaga, Martin Sheen and Kim Kardashian West were among the celebrities who joined thousands of others in evacuating from the affluent coastal city that is as well-known as its residents. Stars went online to share their worries, with some able to follow up with good news Saturday.