REDDING, California – The Latest on Fires in California (All Times Local):
A Northern California Sheriff says that a sixth person died in a raging wildfire is that has destroyed more than 500 buildings.
Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko said Sunday that the remains were found within the limit of the Carr Fire near Redding, about 230 miles 370 kilometers north of San Francisco.
He said the victim, who was not identified, was evacuated despite evacuation warning.
Bosenko says the sheriff's department has seven unsettled missing person reports Fire also claimed the lives of two firefighters and two children and their great-grandmother.
Thirty-one-year-old Don Ray Smith was a bulldozer driver who helped clear the vegetation on the path of the forest fire when he died. Redding Fire Inspector Jeremy Stoke was also killed, though no details were provided.
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A police chief whose house was destroyed when a fire raced through his northern California city He will continue to serve.
Redding Police Chief Roger Moore told CNN on Sunday that his father's house was also on fire, but his family has good support.
Moore said property can be replaced by marking the fire had also taken life.
Five people died in a fire, including a woman and her two great-grandchildren.
The fire has destroyed more than 500 buildings and threatens thousands more. Three-digit temperatures and dry vegetation make it difficult for the crews to contain the fire. There are only 5 percent included.
Some evacuees from a deadly Northern California wildfire say they are frustrated because they do not know if their homes are up or destroyed.  The authorities on Sunday had reopened no neighborhoods in Redding that had been destroyed by the flames.
Tim Bollman, agitated, 6.4 kilometers on steep terrain, to look for the house he had built for his wife and two sons
He found rubble.
Bollman took hundreds of pictures, recorded videos, texted his wife and went out.
California firefighters say forest fires have forced the state around 50,000 people from their homes.
California Department of Forestry and Fire Safety spokeswoman Lynne Tolmachoff said Sunday that 12,000 firefighters fought 17 major fires in California.
She said that the state has experienced considerably more fire activity this year as far as the same time last year, and the worst part of the fire season was yet to come.
A fire in the Redding area about 230 miles (370 kilometers) north of San Francisco has claimed five lives and destroyed more than 500 buildings while charring 139 square miles (360 square kilometers).
Crews get control over a small wildfire in California's wine country county of Napa, but two fires further north raging mostly unchecked.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said the fire around Berryessa Lake in Napa County, which had destroyed seven structures, was contained by 50 percent on Sunday morning and forced evacuations. It burned down 150 hectares (61 hectares).
Two fires some 161 kilometers northwest of Mendocino County have consumed 39 square miles (101 square kilometers) and destroyed four houses.
Cal Fire spokeswoman Tricia Austin said on Sunday, the flames were contained at 5 percent each. The fires have forced evacuations and threatens more than 4,500 structures.
Firefighters say a deadly Northern California wildfire has destroyed more than 500 buildings, threatening thousands more, as well as dramatically overnight, though teams are still struggling to fence it.
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection spokesman Anthony Romero said Sunday the fire in the Redding area grew by approximately 9 square miles (23 square kilometers) to 139 square miles (360 square kilometers). It remains 5 percent included.
Romero said that there are still many uncertainties that could cause the fire to explode. The crew is dealing with gusty winds and hot temperatures.
A vehicle problem ignited the fire on Monday, but only on Thursday the fire exploded and raged in communities west of Redding before entering the city.
The fire killed five people, including a 70-year-old woman and two young great-grandchildren. It destroyed 517 buildings and damaged another 135. More than 5,000 structures are threatened and tens of thousands of people are under evacuation orders.
A deadly Northern California wildfire has destroyed more than 500 buildings and threatens thousands more as it rages into its fourth day.
The fire in the Redding area has killed five people, including a 70-year-old woman and her two young great-grandchildren.
About 38,000 people On Saturday, they remained under evacuation orders, staying with relatives or hotels or shelters.
Anna Noland, who was evacuated twice in three days, learned Friday that she had lost her home. She says it's hard to believe.
A vehicle problem ignited the fire on Monday, but it was not until Thursday that the fire exploded and invaded communities west of Redding before reaching city limits.
It moved southwest of Redding on Saturday, towards the tiny communities of Ono, Igo and Gas Point.
The fire grew slightly on Saturday to 340 square kilometers.
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