Californians are beginning to pick up the pieces after devastating wildfires of historic proportions.
The Camp Fire became the deadliest in the state's history, more than twice as fatal than any other single blaze. It's also the most destructive based on the number of structures destroyed. The Camp Fire is at 75% containment as of Wednesday.
The Woolsey Fire in Malibu and surrounding areas scorched more than 96,000 acres and destroyed hundreds of structures, including celebrity homes. It is expected to be fully contained by Thursday.
See below for complete coverage, updates and maps of Bay Area and LA fires.
CAMP FIRE LATEST: Rain could hamper search for victims in Butte County
WOOLSEY FIRE LATEST: Damage tally increases as residents sift through debris of ravaged homes
Woolsey Fire, LA Fires Coverage
Bay Area California Fire Coverage