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Evacuees From Camp Fire Question Lack Of Alerts As Fire Closed InAmong the evacuees from the Camp Fire in Butte County, there are questions over whether officials provided enough warning to people in the devastated town Paradise as flames closed in.
8 More Bodies Found In Grim Recovery Effort, Raising Camp Fire Toll To 56The Butte County Sheriff announced Wednesday evening that eight additional bodies were found during recovery efforts in and around Paradise, bringing the deadly toll from the Camp Fire to 56.
Oakland Police Officer Saves Newborn Baby’s Life With CPRAn Oakland police officer saved a newborn baby's life on Tuesday afternoon by performing CPR on the infant, police said Wednesday.
Poor Air Quality Leads San Francisco State To Cancel Classes Through WeekendThe unhealthy air caused by the smoke coming from the Camp Fire in Butte County has led San Francisco State University officials to cancel classes for the rest of the week as of Wednesday night.
New Automated DMV Kiosks Providing Relief For Bay Area DriversThe California Department of Motor Vehicles has installed an automated kiosk at Santa Clara's Central Park library branch, hoping to steer drivers clear of the dreaded lines found at DMV offices statewide.
Anxious Paradise Evacuees Seek Return To Neighborhoods Destroyed In Camp FireOfficials are working on a plan to allow evacuees from the Camp Fire to visit their evacuated neighborhoods to see whether their homes are still standing.
Officials Consider Eliminating Cash Tolls At Bay Area BridgesIn the hopes of improving the efficiency of the Bay Area's clogged freeway system, officials heard plans Wednesday to replace cash tolls with an electronic pay system at the region's seven state-owned bridges.
Poll: Less Than Half Of Democrats Want Pelosi As The Party’s LeaderAlmost three in five Americans said they'd prefer another Democrat as speaker of the House over past party leader Nancy Pelosi, according to a CNN poll conducted by SSRS.