60- to 70-mph winds could fan California's Woolsey Fire today
- The Camp Fire became the state's deadliest Monday after an additional 13 sets of human remains were discovered -- raising that fire's death toll to 42 and the statewide death toll from the latest wildfires to 44.
- In some areas of the state, rescue efforts have turned into cleanup and recovery as residents return to what's left of their gutted homes in neighborhoods littered with charred remains of cars, trees and buildings.
- California state regulators are investigating two utility companies that reported incidents close in time and location to the start of the Camp and Woolsey fires.
- In Southern California, where the Woolsey Fire began Thursday afternoon in unincorporated Ventura County, SoCal Edison reported that a circuit relayed out of the Chatsworth Substation about two minutes before the blaze broke out.
- In Southern California, officials said two deaths in Malibu were related to the Woolsey Fire, bringing the statewide death toll to 44.
Death toll jumps to 42 in California's deadliest wildfire ever
- Search teams have recovered remains of 42 people killed by a fierce wildfire that largely incinerated the town of Paradise in northern California, marking the greatest loss of life from a wild land blaze in state history, authorities said on Monday.
- The latest death toll, up from 29 tallied over the weekend, was announced by Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea at an evening news conference in the nearby city of Chico after authorities found the bodies of 13 more victims of the devastating blaze dubbed the Camp Fire.
- Authorities reported two more people perished over the weekend in a separate blaze, dubbed the Woolsey Fire, that has destroyed 435 structures and displaced some 200,000 people in the mountains and foothills near Southern California's Malibu coast, west of Los Angeles.
One week before hosting a potential Super Bowl preview, the field in Mexico City is a mess, and the NFL is reportedly concerned
- According to Peter King's "Football Morning in America" column, there is "significant worry" amongst the highest levels of the NFL regarding the playing surface at Azteca Stadium.
- The field is a combination of grass and synthetic, and in recent days has dealt with a schedule of concerts and soccer matches, as well as rainy conditions that have left the surface looking haggard.
- According to King, the NFL is taking a closer look at the field in the next few days to determine "if surgery will be needed on the field before the game." From the images alone, it's clear that player safety could quickly become an issue if the field conditions don't improve.
- But with two of the most dominant teams set to meet there Monday night, right now the league is still scrambling to make sure it's playable.
Here are the new, sleek NBA 'City' uniforms that all 30 teams will be wearing
- Nike's NBA "City" jerseys are back again!
- Last year, in Nike's first season with the NBA jerseys, they hit the nail on the head with a few jerseys that paid homage to cities, like the Miami Heat's "Miami Vice" jersey, the Utah Jazz desert jerseys, and the New York Knicks' NYFD jerseys.
- This year, all 30 teams have rolled out "City" jerseys to be worn on select dates.
- A few teams nailed theirs, with cool homages to their cities, while a few other teams kept the jerseys clean and simple.