N. California fire officials begin agonizing search for dead

PARADISE, Calif. (AP) - As relatives desperately searched shelters for missing loved ones, crews stepped up the search for bodies in the smoking ruins of Paradise on Sunday, loading the remains of at least one victim into a hearse. Wildfires continued to rage on both ends of the state.

LOS ANGELES — Celebrities whose coastal homes have been damaged or destroyed in a Southern California wildfire or were forced to flee from the flames expressed sympathy and solidarity with less-famous people hurt worse by the state's deadly blazes, and gave their gratitude to firefighters who kept them safe.

Authorities step up search for more than 100 missing in California fires

With hearses standing by, crews search for bodies in the smoking ruins of Paradise and relatives desperately look for missing loved ones, as wildfires rage at both ends of California.

Hearses stand by as crews search for California fire victims

With hearses standing by, search crews are looking for more bodies in the smoking ruins of Paradise, California, and relatives are desperately trying to find over 100 missing loved ones

Celebs Push Back at Donald Trump's 'Heartless' Tweet About California Wildfires

Katy Perry, Alyssa Milano and more called out the POTUS for his recent tweets criticizing California.

Crews faced hot dry "devil winds" as they battled two giant wildfires raging at opposite ends of California, including a blaze in the north that is now one of the deadliest and most destructive in the state's history.

Death toll from California wildfires rises to 25 as firefighters hunt for survivors

California firefighters are embarking on exhaustive search-and-rescue operations for survivors and the remains of victims killed in massive wildfires as the death toll climbed to 25. More than 100 are still missing after a wildfire engulfed 164 sq miles of northern California.

Hunt continues for victims of most destructive wildfire in Californian history

Headline Hunt continues for victims of most destructive wildfire in Californian history