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    LOWER LAKE, Calif. (AP) — An unruly wildfire in drought-stricken Northern California has grown to more than 101 square miles despite thousands of weary firefighters working to stem its spread.


    They tried to stand their ground Tuesday against the blaze that jumped a highway that had served as a containment line and grew by several square miles despite cooler weather and higher humidity.


    No additional homes were consumed outside the two dozen already destroyed in the Lower Lake area, about 100 miles north of San Francisco. But more buildings such as barns, sheds and garages have burned.


    Authorities have required or urged 13,000 people to leave some 5,500 homes.


    The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says the flames are pushing north and chewing through parched brush that hasn't burned in years.


    The fire is just 12 percent contained since starting Wednesday.


  • A Chico City Council Member alleges that city staff took down campaign finance documents from the city's website.


    Council Member Randall Stone is reportedly placing blame on Chico City Clerk Deborah Presson and city staff for removing past campaign finance information from the city's website about seven months ago. Stone claims that he is not accusing Presson or city staff of any ill intent, but that they made a mistake.


    Presson states in a press release that she and the city have followed procedure and are in accordance with state law in posting campaign finance disclosures. The current 2014 campaign information is currently available on the city's website until the 2016 election. The past campaign information can be accessed at the city clerk's office.


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