Death toll climbs to 29 in California's Camp Fire, state's deadliest in 85 years

6 more bodies found in California's Camp Fire, matching deadliest blaze in state at 29

The infernos raging at both ends of California have created a double nightmare for residents. Many who fled fires found themselves stuck on traffic-clogged roads. Some died in their cars.

N. California fire officials begin agonizing search for dead

PARADISE, Calif. (AP) - As relatives desperately searched shelters for missing loved ones on Sunday, crews searching the smoking ruins of Paradise and outlying areas found six more bodies, raising the death toll to 29, matching the deadliest wildfire in California history.

‘The New Abnormal:’ Gov. Brown Warns Of ‘Changed World’ As Fires Ravage California

California Governor Jerry Brown spoke at a news conference Sunday afternoon, where officials gave updates on multiple incidents, including the Woolsey Fire, which has burned more than 130 square miles.

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Gerard Butler's house 'half-gone,' others await fire's toll

Gerard Butler and "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Camille Grammer Meyer are among the celebrities whose homes have been damaged or destroyed in a Southern California wildfire

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Hearses stand by as crews search for California fire victims

With hearses standing by, search crews are looking for more bodies in the smoking ruins of Paradise, California, and relatives are desperately trying to find over 100 missing loved ones

Celebs Push Back at Donald Trump's 'Heartless' Tweet About California Wildfires

Katy Perry, Alyssa Milano and more called out the POTUS for his recent tweets criticizing California.

Woolsey Fire's containment increases to 10 percent

Hundreds of firefighters on Sunday continued to battle a vegetation fire that has killed two people and consumed more than 83,000 acres near the border of Ventura and Los Angeles counties.

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.