Fire crews make progress in containing California wildfires
More homes have been lost in the deadly wildfires in Northern California, but firefighters are making progress. Twin infernos burning near Mendocino National Forest have destroyed at least 10 buildings, but lighter winders and higher humidity helped crews keep the fires from spreading. Another fire burning near Redding, California, is not about 30 percent contained. TODAY’s Hoda Kotb reports.
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