After a brief delay to let a downpour pass, volunteers resume their search for human remains at a mobile home park in Paradise, Calif., Friday, Nov. 2
Steven McKnight, right, and Daniel Hansen saw through large pieces of sheet metal so they can be moved to allow cadaver dogs to search beneath them fo
Search team members move sheet metal to allow cadaver dogs to search beneath them for signs of human remains at a mobile home park in Paradise, Calif.
Craig Covey, task force leader for the Orange County search team, left, with David Harper, middle talk to resident Stewart Nugent outside his Paradise
CORRECTS NAME TO CHRIS STEVENS INSTEAD OF CRAIG STEVENS - National Urban Search & Rescue Response System Orange County CATF-5 team members Imelda Cord
Eric Darling and his dog Wyatt are part of a search team from Orange County in Southern California who are among several teams conducting a second sea
National Urban Search & Rescue Response System Orange County CATF-5 team members take cover from the rain in Paradise, Calif., Friday, Nov. 23, 2018.
Resident Stewart Nugent who stayed in his home and fought off the flames of a deadly wildfire stands outside his surviving home in Paradise, Calif., o
PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — A massive wildfire that killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of homes in Northern California is finally contained
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said Sunday that the Camp fire has been surrounded by firefighters after several days of rain.
Crews continue sifting through muddy ash for human remains in and around the devastated town of Paradise.
The nation's deadliest wildfire in a century killed at least 85 people, and 249 are on a list of those unaccounted for.
The flames broke out Nov. 8 and quickly ripped through 240 square miles (620 square kilometers) of dry brush and timber.
Nearly 19,000 buildings, most of them homes, are gone.