Health problems many experienced while the Camp Fire raged are just the beginning of effects that could plague Northern Californians long after the smoke clears.
A massive wildfire that killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of homes is fully contained after burning for more than two weeks.
Search teams and survivors face increased difficulties in the Northern California burn area, where a flash flood watch is in effect.
As wildfires continue to rage on both ends of California, officials found six more dead in Northern California, raising the death toll there to 29.
People clutching babies and pets abandon vehicles and strike out on foot ahead of flames that forced the evacuation of the town of Paradise.
Some of the largest fires have ignited within the past few weeks as the state has seen record-setting temperatures—and the historically worst months of wildfire season are still to come.
Many flee their homes after wildfires surge near a small lake town in Northern California, and the state's largest blaze slows slightly after days of explosive growth.
Tests find Jennifer Hart had a high level of alcohol in her blood when she, her wife and, apparently, their six adopted children went off a California cliff last month. Two bodies have not been found.
As record rains pound parts of the state, firefighters rescue a mud-covered 14-year-old girl from the ruins of a home northwest of Los Angeles.