Northern California is still battling a cluster of wind-fueled wildfires that have spread across wine country north of San Francisco. Authorities said Thursday that at least 31 people have died in the fires, and hundreds are still missing. At least 3,500 structures are believed to have been destroyed, and several wineries have burned to the ground. Search crews and cadaver dogs have started to go through debris in an attempt to find some of the missing.
BREAKING: As death toll hits 31 from California wildfires, fire official says it is deadliest week of wildfires in state history.
— The Associated Press (@AP) October 13, 2017