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California Wildfires: Latest Updates And What You Need To Know

Noah Berger / AP

Abandoned vehicles line Skyway after a wildfire burned through Paradise, Calif., on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018.

Noah Berger / AP

Updated Nov. 20, 2:43 p.m.

The Camp Fire (Butte County)

Latest information from Cal Fire on evacuations and fire conditions

What You Need To Know:  On Nov. 8 the fast-moving Camp wildfire surged through Butte County, destroying much of the town of Paradise and forcing tens of thousands of people to evacuate. It is now the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history. You can find our latest information on the fire here. Check the Butte County Sheriff's Facebook page for the latest evacuation and other public safety information. See a map of evacuation zones here.

 

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Some Camp Wildfire Evacuees Plan To Stay Outside Even If It Rains

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The forecast this week is of concern — but it isn't enough to make all evacuees take shelter.

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News Network: Reporting On The Camp Fire’s Long Term Community Impacts

November 20, 2018

North State Public Radio reporter Marc Albert has been covering the Camp Fire since day one. He joins Insight to discuss some of the possible long term impacts in communities where low income residents already struggled to find housing.

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The Continuing Fight Against The Camp Fire

November 20, 2018

Cal Fire Chief Michael Mohler will give a status update on the ongoing fight against the Camp Fire.

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Unhealthy Air Quality Lingers In Sacramento Valley

November 20, 2018

Lori Kobza with the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District Air Quality Management District recaps several days of unhealthy air quality.

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As Makeshift Camp Fire Shelters Close, Another Chance For Authorities To Check A Shifting List Of The Missing

November 19, 2018

Nearly a thousand people are still unaccounted for following the Camp wildfire. As pop-up shelters begin to close and evacuees are moved to county-coordinated shelters, officials will have another chance to cross-check names.

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Paradise Mayor Jody Jones Reflects On Camp Wildfire Devastation

November 19, 2018

Mayor Jody Jones joins Insight to share her experience in Paradise after the Camp Fire, including President Donald Trump's visit this weekend.