Evacuations are prompted in Butte County, California, as the Camp Fire has grown to 8,000 acres.
"This fire is very dangerous, please evacuate if asked to do so!" Cal Fire tweeted Thursday
- CBS News (Image)
- The death toll of the Camp Fire in Butte County, the deadliest wildfire in Californian history, rises to 48 people while dozens are missing.
- The Camp Fire in Butte County is now ranked as the deadliest wildfire in Californian history, with 42 people confirmed dead and 228 people missing.
- At least 11 people have been killed and more than 150,000 evacuated as two big wildfires rage in California, the Camp Fire in Butte County and the Hill Fire in Ventura.
- U.S. President Donald Trump visits victims of the Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire as the death toll rises to 79: 76 in the Camp Fire and three in the Woolsey Fire.
- The death toll in the Camp Fire rises to 71, with the statewide total at 74. The number of missing and unaccounted-for people rises to more than 1000.