Celebrity chef Guy Fieri cooks for fire victims

(23 Nov 2018) Celebrity chefs Jose Andres and Guy Fieri spent Thanksgiving in Chico, California, cooking for people displaced by the Northern California wildfire. World Central Kitchen, a nonprofit started by Andres, cooked 15,000 meals. (Nov. 23)

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Inside The Search For Nearly 1,000 People Missing From The California Wildfire (HBO)

CHICO, California — As the Camp Fire continues to burn, 12 days later, and at 66 percent containment, 77 deaths have been confirmed, and 993 are left unaccounted for.

With over 151,000 acres burned, the search for the unaccounted is unprecedented.

“We don’t normally have a process to deal with this many unaccounted for individuals,” Butte County Sheriff and Coroner Kory Honea told VICE News. But the list has posed several challenges for authorities trying to track everyone down. Issues range from: People not knowing they are on the list, duplicated names due to converged data sets, to even finding remains in all the debris.

While the list of unaccounted people represents an imperfect picture of the missing, it does illustrate the large retirement community in the area. Paradise, the city hardest hit by the fires, was known, in part, as a retirement community, a quiet place for people to get away.

VICE News spent time with Tammie Konicki, during her search for her missing 64-year-old mother, who was last seen getting into a car the morning of the fire.

“Hopefully she is somewhere and just doesn’t have a way to get a hold of us,” Konicki said of her mother. “Right now, for me, no news is good news, because no news means she hasn’t been found dead,” she said. “She’s not one of those bodies as of yet.”

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Vigil for Northern California fire victims

(19 Nov 2018) More than 50 people gathered on Sunday at a memorial for the victims of the Northern California wildfire at a church in Chico. 77 people are known dead and more than 1,000 are unaccounted for. (Nov. 19)

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Scenes of devastation in Chico ahead of Trump’s California visit

Scenes of devastation in Chico following the worst-ever wildfire to hit the US state of California. President Trump is heading to California to meet with officials, victims and the “unbelievably brave” firefighters there, as more than 1,000 people are listed as missing. IMAGES

Wildfire evacuees living in tents near parking lot

(14 Nov 2018) Wildfire evacuees are setting up camp next to a Walmart parking lot where victims can pick up donated clothes, hot food and supplies in Chico, Calif. About 7,700 homes were destroyed when flames hit Paradise on Nov. 8. (Nov. 14)

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Fire evacuees seek help, medicine at shelter

(11 Nov 2018) Some residents evacuated from the community of Paradise, California, are staying at a church-run shelter in nearby Chico, where volunteers fear they were run out of supplies (Nov. 11)

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Fire evacuees seek help, medicine at shelter

(11 Nov 2018) Some residents evacuated from the community of Paradise, California, are staying at a church-run shelter in nearby Chico, where volunteers fear they were run out of supplies (Nov. 11)

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