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Crews Up Containment Lines On Stubborn Thomas FireThe 242,500-acre blaze has destroyed 972 buildings and damaged 221 more.
The Other Faces Of Wildfire Survival: The AnimalsHorses, cats, dogs and livestock have their own dramatic stories of survival as the devastating Thomas Fire tears through city after city.
One-Stop Center For Fire Victims Opens In VenturaAs KCAL9/CBS2's Dave Lopez reports, a one-stop center for fire victims has opened in Ventura.
Still No End In Sight For Thomas Fire As It Threatens Seaside CommunitiesAt least 921 structures have been destroyed. Just under 100,000 people remain evacuated.
LA Councilman: Officials 'Not Aware' Of Homeless Encampment Linked To Skirball FireCity Councilman Paul Koretz says officials did not know about a homeless encampment in the area where the Skirball Fire started last week.
SoCal Edison Under Scrutiny For Possible Cause Of WildfiresInvestigators are looking in to whether the utility company had something to do with one or more of last week's fires.
For Players, Baseball Field Damaged In Fire Means 'Our Happy Memories Destroyed'Last week when fires hit Sylmar, fast ball winds nailed the Sylmar Independent Baseball League's fields, toppling several trees.
Calmer Winds Allow Crews To Get Strategic While Feverishly Protecting Montecito MansionsThe fifth largest fire in California history has destroyed nearly 800 structures and still threatens 18,000 homes.
Update On Southern California FiresWildfires are still raging across Southern California, although crews are making progress.
Sepulveda Pass Blaze Caused By Illegal Cooking FireThe Skirball Fire was caused by a cooking fire at an encampment near the Sepulveda Pass and the 405 Freeway.
Help Center Opens In Lake View Terrace For Victims Of LA FiresThe center will offer assistance to those impacted by the Creek, Rye and Skirball fires.
'We Just Need To Get Your Kids To School,' Says Ventura Superintendent Ahead Of ReopeningSchools will be open again on Wednesday, Dec. 13, though all Ventura Unified employees will be working Tuesday.

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