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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.
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.
'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.
Calif. Governor: December Wildfires ‘The New Normal’The six Southern California fires destroyed nearly 800 homes and buildings and forced more than 200,000 people to flee.
Amid Ashes, Untouched Patch Of Land Gives Couple Hope To Rebuild HomeKat Merrick and Chris Corsones got a sign of hope after their ranch was consumed in the Thomas Fire this week.
Body Found In Thomas Fire Burn AreaAuthorities say a body was found in an unincorporated area outside Santa Paula, near the scene of an accident, within the Thomas Fire burn area.
'There Goes Our Staircase': Residents Watch As SoCal Fires Destroy Their Homes"There goes our staircase," one Ventura woman told CBS2 Tuesday as she watched her house burn to the ground.
'Huge Flames Ripping Down The Mountain': Thomas Fire Roars Back To Life, Homes Threatened In Santa PaulaThe wildfire raging through Ventura County has jumped Highway 101, and reached the beaches of Ventura.
Thomas Fire Explodes To 55,000-Acres As Burn Area Reaches Pacific OceanAt least 150 homes and structures have been destroyed as the Thomas Fire rages out of control in Ventura Monday.
Picturesque Hospital Destroyed In Ventura FireFirefighters were forced to abandon the Vista del Mar Hospital, which is on Seneca Street just north of downtown Ventura, to flames to try and defend neighboring condos and buildings from flames. As reporters and photographers watched, the hospital’s charred roof collapsed.
Air Quality Visibly Bad From Brush Fires Burning In Ventura, SylmarWith two large brush fires burning in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, air quality is visibly bad, even with strong winds blowing a lot of it out onto the ocean.

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