CHICO, Calif. Hundreds of volunteers and police officers spent the Thanksgiving holiday combing through the wreckage of California's deadliest wildfire, searching for the remains of victims killed in the blaze as rains looked set to complicate their work. | Video
CHICO, Calif. The first significant rain in months in northern California all but extinguished the deadliest wildfire in the state's history on Wednesday but also raised risks of flash flooding that could hinder teams searching for human remains.
CHICO, Calif., Nov 21 Heavy rains are forecast
to begin on Wednesday in northern California, where they are
likely to hinder search teams sifting through ash and rubble for
the remains of victims of the deadliest wildfire in the state's
CHICO, Calif. Northern California residents left homeless by the deadliest, most destructive wildfire in state history braced for a new bout of misery on Tuesday from showers expected to plunge encampments of evacuees into rain-soaked fields of mud. | Video