2018 California wildfires
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.
2018-11-9 (Context: Camp Fire)
Evacuations are prompted in Butte County, California, as the Camp Fire has grown to 8,000 acres.
2018-11-8 (Context: 2018 California wildfires)
Two more bodies are found in Paradise and one in nearby Magalia, raising the death toll to 85. Another 249 people are still missing.
2018-11-25 (Context: Camp Fire)
The number of structures destroyed in the Woolsey Fire rises to 1,452.
2018-11-18 (Context: 2018 California wildfires)
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.
2018-11-17 (Context: 2018 California wildfires)