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Crews make slow progress against Northern California wildfires, as families wonder when they can go home

L.A. Times Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Firefighters continued to gain control of some fires scorching Northern California on Thursday night, thanks in part to continued calm winds in some parts of the region.

Altogether, the fires have burned more than 180,000 acres and caused at least 31 deaths. Officials expect the death toll to rise...
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News video: 26 Dead In California Wildfires, Hundreds Still Missing

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Firefighters continued to fight the Northern California wildfires on Thursday. The fires have killed at least 26 people and left hundreds missing amidst mass evacuations in the heart of famed wine country. The outbreak has become the deadliest wildfire event in California in 84 years. Authorities...

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