Update On Southern California FiresWildfires are still raging across Southern California, although crews are making progress.
WATCH: Ammo Flies Out Of Burning Home, Hits CBS2 PhotographerCBS2 photographer Nathan Furniss was hit in the chest by popping ammunition flying out of a burning home as he approached the structure.
Woman Dies In Husband's Arms In Wine Country WildfireCarmen Berriz, 75, is among the 31 confirmed dead from more than 20 fires raging across Northern California, officially making it the deadliest week in wildfires for the state.
Local Firefighters Heading To NorCal To Help With WildfiresLocal fire crews that just finished fighting the Canyon Fire 2 are now on their way to Northern California to help with the wildfires there.
Wildfires Could Move Raiders-Chargers Game To San DiegoSan Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer has also offered up Qualcomm Stadium, where the Chargers used to play before relocating to Los Angeles this year.
Looters Pose As Firefighters To Steal From Homes Not Under Evacuation OrdersThere are reports of looting as entire cities clear out in advance of devastating wildfires that could be whipped up again by gusting winds and dry air forecast for Thursday.
3,500 Homes, Businesses Destroyed As New Fires Spark In NorCal22 wildfires are burning throughout the wine country, up from 17 on Tuesday.
Cal Fire Firefighters Fight For Higher PayThe Cal Fire union says city and county fire agencies pay firefighters far more to do the same job than Cal Fire.
Giant Super Scoopers Arrive In LA To Help In Big FirefightsTwo giant water-dropping aircraft arrived in Van Nuys Saturday. The water tankers are in place about three weeks earlier than normal.
1st US System To Keep Drones Away From Wildfires Kicks OffThe first national system intended to prevent hobby drones from interfering with planes and helicopters fighting wildfires has launched, federal authorities say.
Officials Warn Of Upcoming Bad Fire SeasonPeople living in wildfire-prone areas are urged to clear the brush from around their homes and create an evacuation plan.
Safety Concerns Linger Over Plan To Allow Violent Inmates To Join State Firefighting EffortsCalifornia officials are considering allowing inmates with violent backgrounds to work outside prison walls fighting wildfires, and the idea is generating concerns about public safety.

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