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Shasta-Trinity National Forest Wildfire Burns 1,000 Acres, Brings Evacuations

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(AP) - A lightning-sparked wildfire has grown to nearly 1,000 acres and led to a handful of evacuations in rural Northern California.

The blaze is burning for the third day Thursday in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest about halfway between Eureka and Redding. The U.S. Forest Service says 17

The blaze is burning for the third day Thursday in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest about halfway between Eureka and Redding. The U.S. Forest Service says 17

The U.S. Forest Service says 17 helicopters and two air tankers are helping 160 firefighters take on the wildfire. The Trinity County Sheriff's Department has ordered

The Trinity County Sheriff's Department has ordered the evacuation of homes along one rural road, though it wasn't clear how many houses or people were affected.