Update, Dec. 5, 2018: Butte County authorities say they've revised the number of Camp Fire victims located to date to 85 -- down from the previously reported 88. Sheriff Kory Honea said the number was reduced after investigators discovered that the remains of one individual had been placed in several different bags.
Honea also said 43 of the dead have been positively identified and another 39 have been tentatively identified. Investigators are continuing to try to identify three other sets of remains. The number of people unaccounted for after the fire, the sheriff said, now stands at 11.
A list of those identified so far, either officially or by relatives in news accounts, appears at the end of this post.
Original post: Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea says that with a search of the area ravaged by the Camp Fire complete and with no new human remains discovered over the last several days, he's hopeful that all victims of the Nov. 8 catastrophe have been found.
Honea said in a briefing in Chico on Wednesday night that search and recovery teams had completed a sweep of 18,000 structures in Paradise and the nearby communities of Magalia and Concow. That effort, which Honea said involved about 10,000 personnel, has recovered the remains of 88 people who perished in the fast-moving blaze.