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About 100 people still reported missing in fires

Firefighter Chris Oliver walks between grape vines as a helicopter drops water over a wildfire burning near a winery Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017, in Santa Rosa, Calif. Fire crews made progress this week in their efforts to contain the massive wildfires in California wine country, but officials say strong winds are putting their work to the test. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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  • Officials crack down on drone operators near fires

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  • Water tender driver overturns, dies

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    Courtney Nicholas from Oregon recently became the 3rd person in Oregon to be granted a non-binary status. Nicholas does not identify as a woman or a man, and now has legal paperwork that reflects that. (Andy Cripe /The Corvallis Gazette-Times via AP)
    Courtney Nicholas from Oregon recently became the 3rd person in Oregon to be granted a non-binary status. Nicholas does not identify as a woman or a man, and now has legal paperwork that reflects that. (Andy Cripe /The Corvallis Gazette-Times via AP)
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Wine Country Fires

  • Driving through Santa Rosa damaged by fire. Oct 9, 2017 Photo: Ariel Nava

    Wine Country Fires: Ways to help

  • Schools impacted by North Bay fires reopening

  • Locating the missing in fire zone a daunting task for officials

  • Man saves disabled roommate from fire

  • Napa Sheriff's Office: Looting is minimal; less than 5 arrests

  • About 100 people still reported missing in fires

  • Girlfriend: Santa Rosa man dies following asthma attack related to fires

  • Residents share appreciation for exhausted fire crews

  • Drone operators faces fines, citations for flying near wildfires

  • Hilton HR director seeks to help 'work family' left unemployed by fire

Wine Country Fires

  • Evacuations lifted, Bennett Valley Rd, Kenwood, Glen Ellen, Boyes Hot Springs, Sonoma

  • Fire evacuees spend sleepless nights at shelters

  • Hero dog: 'Animal guardian' saves 8 pet goats, orphaned deer from wine country fires

  • Winery welfare check: List of wineries damaged by wildfires, and those still standing

  • Water tender driver dies while assisting Nuns Fire, fatigue may have played role: Cal Fire

  • Peers hoist new American flag over burned Santa Rosa fire station

  • Northern Santa Rosa residents given all-clear to return home

  • Unique perpective from Berkeley firefighter who reported to Tubbs Fire

  • 2 Investigates: Why didn't officials sound mass wildfire alert?

  • Local assistance centers set up for Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino counties

Wine Country Fires

  • The City of Santa Rosa loga courtesy of Twitter account @CityOfSantaRosa

    Boil water notices still in effect for portions of Santa Rosa

  • California firefighters say they finally `turned a corner'

  • Evacuation orders lifted in portions of Sonoma County

  • At least 40 people killed in this week's fires

  • Santa Rosa's Safari West welcomes new addition, his name is "Tubbs"

  • Vegetation fire in Novato is contained

  • Evacuation order for Calistoga residents lifted

  • Evacuation advisory for city of Napa lifted

  • Berkeley firefighter's dramatic video shows scene on night of Tubbs fire in Santa Rosa

  • Residents allowed to return home in Mendocino County

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