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California's governor declares a state emergency due to a 100-year drought. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
Barbara Starr reports on repair plans being scrapped for a Navy submarine that was set on fire by a disgruntled worker.
A fire burns for more than 12 hours aboard nuclear powered submarine. CNN's Chris Lawrence reports.
Firefighters are desperately working to contain a raging California wildfire that's burning almost out of control. Nearly 30 square miles have burned near Idyllwild and Fern Valley, prompting an evacuation order for more than 6,000 residents. More than 4,000 homes are threatened by the fire.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer spoke to Jenny Kirchner, who was evacuated from her home. Before she left, Kirchner, a freelance photographer, grabbed her camera and took some shots within just a few feet from the flames.
Brian Todd speaks to the relatives of fallen firefighter Andrew Ashcraft, who leaves behind a wife and four children.
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Homeowner Dale Mielke tells CNN's Jim Acosta how he was able to save his house from the wildfire in Colorado.
Thousands of evacuees from wildfires in Colorado Springs helplessly watch and wait to see whether their homes survived.
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A firefighter unit filled up a private pool rather than responding to the devastation from a horrible storm.
One family in Colorado is determined to turn the tragedy of the wildfires into a new beginning.