Big Bend, California
The Camp Fire burns near a home atop a ridge in Northern California on November 10. The worst wildfire in California history, the blaze tore through 150,000 acres and 11,800 structures, killing at least 77 people. The town of Paradise was destroyed. As of November 19, more than 900 were reported missing, though authorities said that number could include people who were counted twice or others who may not know they had been reported. Thousands are now homeless, living in tent cities and shelters. To the south, firefighters battled another blaze, the Woolsey Fire, which torched 98,000 acres and killed three.