Twin blazes form California's largest wildfire in history, burn through 283,800 acres; two people killed
Collectively dubbed the Mendocino Complex, the wildfires have burned through 283,800 acres (114,850 hectares) — an area nearly the size of the sprawling city of Los Angeles — and are just 30 percent contained, according to state fire authority CalFire. Two people have died in the inferno in California.
California's Carr wildfire continues to rage, causes another death as it becomes state's destructive six-month-long fire
California's deadly Carr wildfire — now the state's sixth most destructive — has claimed another life with a power linesman killed on the job its seventh fatality
California wildfire: Over 1,000 homes destroyed as Carr fire rages on; only 35 percent flames contained so far
Authorities say that the California wildfire is only 35 percent contained. The flame that is still raging has destroyed 1,000 homes
Carr Fire: Thousands displaced, mass destruction caused in California's Redding city as flames engulf residential areas
Major fire broke out in California's Redding city on 23 July when a car malfunctioned on Highway 299 in Whiskeytown, according to Cal Fire.
California wildfire: US govt approves aid for victims as thousands of firefighters try to contain flames; 6 killed so far
The US government approved aid for the victims of California wildfire as thousands of firefighters are still battling to contain the flames
Uncontrollable wildfires in California destroy 500 structures, leaves 37,000 homeless; two firemen killed
Thousands of people scrambled to escape amid flying embers before walls of flames descended onto their neighborhoods in Redding, California