Elderly, Disabled Residents & Their Treacherous Escape from the Camp Fire
At least 63 people are now reporting dead in the Camp Fire, and the list of missing persons has ballooned to 631 names. A week into this disaster, a picture is starting to emerge of the population hit hardest by this fire. Many of the town’s elderly and disabled residents couldn’t get out on their own.
Reporter: Sukey Lewis
Getting Your Post-Fire Life Together, One Package at a Time
Just over week since the fire broke out, evacuees are still grappling with immense loss, while having to figure out basics like where to sleep, how to pay for meals and even how to get their mail.
Reporter: Peter Arcuni
With questions swirling about whether Pacific Gas & Electric Co. equipment could have sparked the Camp Fire — the state's deadliest and most destructive blaze on record — California's top utility regulator says he will expand an existing probe into PG&E's overall structure.
Reporter: Marisa Lagos
Sheriff's Sergeant Remembered as Admirable at His Funeral
Thousands gathered at Calvary Community Church near Thousand Oaks on Wednesday to celebrate the life of Sergeant Ron Helus, who died last week confronting the shooter at the Borderline Bar and Grill.
Reporter: Michelle Wiley
Hundreds more migrants from a largely Honduran exodus arrived in Tijuana yesterday. The sight of so many people on the streets triggered anger and fear among many Mexican residents who don’t want them there.
Reporters: Jean Guerrero and Sasha Khokha
What's the Military Doing at the Border?
150 U.S. Marines are putting razor wire on already existing fencing at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Guest: U.S. Army Captain Guster Cunningham