“Paradise rebuilds”
On Nov. 8, 2018, the Camp fire started and tore through Butte County, leaving 86 dead and more than 18,000 structures destroyed. Many found ways to cope with the worst wildfire in California history by recreating their sense of home and finding purpose in the tragedy. Below are a couple short videos produced in the aftermath of the Camp fire. Please check back for updates.

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After the Camp fire took their homes, three Paradise High School seniors -- Sofia DiBenedetto, Bailey Grover and Gage Shields -- are finding community and resilience in their choir class.
Weeks after the Camp fire destroyed more than 18,000 structures in California's Butte County, volunteers from search-and-rescue teams nationwide continue to look for human remains in the rubble.