Although California’s battle with wildfires eased a bit Friday, officials warn that the concern is far from over. Firefighters faced a fast-moving brush fire north of Los Angeles overnight, fueled in part by the flammable oil in the eucalyptus trees farmers often use as windbreaks. To the east, in San Bernardino, some evacuated families returned home to find nothing left. Stephanie Sy reports.
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