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‘A Total Loss’: Looting Continues For 2nd Night In Philadelphia Following Fatal Police Shooting Of Walter Wallace Jr. - CBS Philly
Chopper 3 was over looting on Aramingo Avenue in the city's Port Richmond neighborhood around 8:30 p.m.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Looting and demonstrations continued for a second consecutive night Tuesday in Philadelphia following the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. in West Philadelphia. Police say looting along Aramingo Avenue in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood has “rapidly gone downhill” Tuesday night and is a “total loss.” Phila. Police commanders say the situation has rapidly gone downhill along Aramingo Ave. a total loss, they say, from looting. Chopper 3 shows video of demonstrators & police at 52nd and Chestnut. As of this post, no injuries to police tonight. @CBSPhillypic.twitter.com/cPjyAqSpys — Joe Holden (@JoeHoldenCBS3) October 28, 2020 The city is asking residents to say indoors in West and North Philadelphia, Port Richmond, Kensington and Fishtown. Protesters continue to face off with officers in riot gear outside the 18th Police District at 55th and Pine and along the 52nd Street commercial corridor. Police have made several arrests. The Philadelphia Police Department is requesting that all residents in the 12, 16, 18, 19, 24, 25, and 26th Districts remain indoors except when necessary. These areas are experiencing widespread demonstrations that have turned violent with looting. — Philadelphia OEM (@PhilaOEM) October 28, 2020 Chopper 3 was over looting on Aramingo Avenue in the city’s Port Richmond neighborhood around 8:30 p.m. Looters could be seen entering a Foot Locker store. Widespread looting continued at a nearby Walmart store in Port Richmond. Philadelphia police tweeted a warning to stay away from the area as a crowd of approximately 1,000 people was looting in the area. *Alert* A large crowd of appx 1000 is looting businesses in the area of Castor and Aramingo. Avoid the area — Philadelphia Police (@PhillyPolice) October 28, 2020 A large police presence was also seen at a Target store in Port Richmond. In West Philadelphia, Chopper 3 was live over a fire burning in the middle of the street around 10:30 p.m. Cars were seen driving around the fire. The Pennsylvania National Guard says several hundred members are being deployed to the city at the request of Philadelphia County as the unrest continues. Thirty police officers were injured during violent protests Monday night, including a female officer who suffered a broken leg after being hit by a car. Scores of West Philadelphia businesses were looted and a number of stores across Philadelphia have started boarding up their windows Tuesday in anticipation of more looting. “I do not want to see my city tore down. We don’t need that. You’re not resolving anything for our family. Don’t do this in the name of my nephew because this is not what he would’ve wanted,” said Rodney Everett, Wallace’s uncle. Wallace Jr., 27, was killed on Monday afternoon by two officers after, police say, he walked towards them and refused to drop the weapon. He was shot 14 times and neither officer was carrying a taser, officials say. MORE FROM CBS PHILLY: Stimulus Package Update: What Happens To The Economy Without A Second Stimulus? 30 Philadelphia Police Officers Injured During Hours-Long Unrest After Police-Involved Fatal Shooting Of Walter Wallace, Jr. CVS Locations In Philadelphia Closing Early Tuesday After 10 Stores Damaged During Unrest Around City
77 Communities Now At High Risk For Coronavirus In Massachusetts - CBS Boston
Seventy-seven communities in Massachusetts are now considered high risk for coronavirus infections.
BOSTON (CBS) – Seventy-seven communities in Massachusetts are now considered high risk for coronavirus infections. Four of those communities have been impacted by a cluster at a long-term care facility, college or prison. CHECK:Town By Town Coronavirus Data|Data Map|Testing Sites In Boston The state released an updated color-coded map and data on Thursday based on average positive test rates. Starting with this week’s report, an asterisk will be added if a larger institution has identified more than 10 cases that account for more than 30% of a municipality’s positive cases in the past 14 days. As of Wednesday, communities in the red zone include: Abington, Acushnet, Ashland, Attleboro, Avon, Berkley, Boston, Boxford, Brockton, Buckland, Canton, Chelmsford*, Chelsea, Chicopee, Clinton, East Longmeadow, Everett, Fairhaven, Fall River, Framingham, Gloucester, Hanover, Hanson, Haverhill, Hingham, Holliston, Holyoke, Hudson, Kingston, Lawrence, Leicester, Lowell, Lynn, Lynnfield, Malden, Marlboro, Marshfield, Mattapoisett, Methuen, Middleboro, Middleton*, Milford, Millville, Milton*, Monson, New Bedford, North Andover*, Norwood, Oxford, Pembroke, Plymouth, Randolph, Raynham, Revere, Rochester, Rockland, Saugus, Scituate, Seekonk, Shrewsbury, Somerset, Somerville, Springfield, Swampscott, Tyngsboro, Wakefield, Waltham, Webster, West Bridgewater, West Newbury, Westfield, Westport, Weymouth, Winthrop, Woburn, Worcester and Wrentham. READ:Rinks Shut Down In Mass After Covid-19 Clusters Linked To Hockey North Andover was one of the four communities with an asterisk added in this week’s report. Earlier this month, after an outbreak at Merrimack College, the North Andover Board of Selectmen called on Gov. Charlie Baker to reconsider using the “red” classification.
CalWood Fire Burns More Than 7,000 Acres In Boulder County On The Day It Starts - CBS Denver
The CalWood Fire broke out midday Saturday and burned more than 7,000 acres in Boulder County, forcing evacuations of approximately 900 homes.
(CBS4) – Most of Colorado’s large wildfires of 2020 have burned in the high country and relatively far away from the Denver metro area. That all changed on Saturday when the CalWood Fire broke out midday Saturday and burned more than 7,000 acres in Boulder County. The smoke plume could be seen from dozens of miles away, and it forced evacuations of the foothills town of Jamestown and pre-evacuation warnings for other areas including some parts of Lyons. Approximately 900 homes are affected by the evacuation order. CalWood Fire seen from Boulder Overlook the (credit: CBS) The pillar of smoke and flames burst out in an area near the Cal-Wood Education Center, south of Highway 7 (also known as South St. Vrain Drive) and northeast of Bald Mountain. The tremendous tower of smoke could be clearly seen from the city of Boulder and it moved east in heavy winds in the afternoon, causing a frightening scene. After dark, flames could be seen on the mountainside. After 8 p.m. Boulder County emergency managers said the fire was determined to be 7,064 acres in size, a jaw-dropping figure for a wildfire on its first day of activity. Strong winds and exceptionally dry conditions are running rampant across Colorado. The fire burned some structures, according to authorities, although it’s not clear how many. There are several major traffic impacts from the fire. North Foothills Highway (Highway 36) from Boulder to Lyons will be closed until at least Sunday morning, “including access off all feeder roads.” Highway 7 is also closed from the west end of Lyons and the Peak-to-Peak Highway (Highway 72). (credit: Boulder OEM) Aside from the evacuation of Jamestown, residents of Lyons were told they should be prepared to evacuate if the fire behavior changes on Sunday. Boulder County officials said that included Apple Valley Road residents up to Highway 36. Jamestown was one of several Front Range mountain communities that had to be evacuated in September 2013 when devastating flooding caused heavy damage. Follow the Boulder Office of Emergency Management at boulderoem.com or on Twitter for up-to-date information about the fire.
Former MPD Officer Derek Chauvin, Charged In George Floyd’s Death, Released From Custody - CBS Minnesota
Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin has been released from a correctional facility Wednesday and has posted bail, which means that he's the last of the four officers currently facing charges connected to the death of George Floyd to have been rele…
WCCO APP: Click here to download WCCO’s new news app. MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO/AP) — Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin has been released from a correctional facility Wednesday and has posted bail, which means that he’s the last of the four officers currently facing charges connected to the death of George Floyd to have been released from custody. Chauvin, 44, was being held at Minnesota Correctional Facility-Oak Park Heights, where he had been also appearing in court remotely for all but the most recent hearing during which he and the other three officers charged — J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao — appeared in person. WCCO has learned that Chauvin left the facility at 9:40 a.m. Wednesday to be transferred to Hennepin County Jail in order to post bail. Chauvin’s unconditional bail was set at $1.25 million, or $1 million with conditions; according to the Hennepin County Sheriff’s roster, he was released on conditional bail. According to state court records, Chauvin posted a non-cash bond guaranteed by Allegheny Casualty. (credit: Hennepin County) Chauvin had been at the maximum security prison in Oak Park Heights since late May. RELATED:Who Is Judge Peter Cahill, Who Will Oversee Case Of Four Ex-MPD Officers Charged In George Floyd’s Death? Chauvin is charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter. Video that was taken by a witness at the scene of Floyd’s Memorial Day death — outside of Cup Foods on 38th Street South and Chicago Avenue — shows Chauvin with his knee pressed down on Floyd’s neck for almost eight minutes. The video sparked days of protest and violence in Minneapolis and demonstrations around the world. Derek Chauvin (credit: MN DOC) Prosecution documents in the case against four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of Floyd show Chauvin had seven prior incidents of using neck or head and upper body restraints on arrestees, including four in which prosecutors say he went too far.Chauvin’s attorney has argued that Floyd was positive for COVID-19, and that his death was the result of very high levels of fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system. RELATED: Judge Disqualifies Hennepin Co. Attorney Mike Freeman From George Floyd Case Chauvin faces over 12 years in prison if he’s convicted of unintentional second-degree murder. Additionally, prosecutors have also charged Chauvin, and his estranged wife, with several counts of tax evasion for allegedly lying about their income. (© Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
Police Officer Shaun David Lucas Arrested, Charged With Murder In Connection To Jonathan Price Slaying - CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
The Wolfe City police officer allegedly connected to the shooting death of Jonathan Price was arrested and charged with murder.
HUNT COUNTY, Texas (CBSDFW) – Shaun David Lucas, the Wolfe City police officer allegedly connected to the shooting death of Jonathan Price was arrested and charged with murder. But within hours of his arrest in Hunt County, Officer Lucas posted his $1 million bond. “This is the first step. This man is dangerous and should not be out on bond. The family was relieved to hear of his arrest and are looking forward to his conviction,” said Dallas attorney Lee Merritt. Price, 31, was shot and killed outside a Wolfe City gas station on Saturday. Described as a “hometown hero”, “standup guy,” and “mentor who worked with children,” most who spoke out publicly about Price said they can’t see any reason why a police officer would shoot and kill him. But that’s exactly what happened on Saturday, after Price allegedly stepped in to help a woman out of a domestic violence situation. Things escalated between Price and her abuser, but had calmed down, according to witnesses by the time police arrived. Shaun David Lucas (credit: Hunt County Jail) The circumstances surrounding Lucas’ ultimate decision to use deadly force is now under investigation. Price’s father, Junior Price spoke about that alleged deadly choice too on Monday, saying “I want to see what the man gets… what he has coming to him for killing my son.” Monday afternoon, Price’s family said there is video proof that the shooting was a criminal act and they want justice. “The chief saw the video and told me he wasn’t happy with what he saw,” Merritt said. The Texas Rangers are responsible for investigating the shooting. They sent CBS 11 News the following statement Monday night: “At approximately 8:24 p.m. on Oct. 3, 2020, Wolfe City Police Officer Shaun Lucas responded to a disturbance call at the 100 block of Santa Fe Street for a possible fight in progress. Officer Lucas made contact with a man, later identified as 31-year-old Jonathan Price, who was reportedly involved in the disturbance. Officer Lucas attempted to detain Price, who resisted in a non-threatening posture and began walking away. Officer Lucas deployed his TASER, followed by discharging his service weapon striking Price. EMS was notified and Price was transported to Hunt Regional Hospital, where he later died. The preliminary investigation indicates that the actions of Officer Lucas were not objectionably reasonable. The Texas Rangers have charged Officer Lucas with the offense of Murder and booked him into the Hunt County Jail. This investigation is being conducted by the Texas Rangers, with the cooperation of the Wolfe City Police Department and the Hunt County District Attorney’s Office. No additional information is being released at this time.” Wolfe City is 70 miles northeast of Dallas.
NYPD: Actor Rick Moranis Victim Of Unprovoked Attack Caught On Camera In Manhattan - CBS New York
Surveillance cameras captured the attack on the 67-year-old "Honey I Shrunk the Kids" and "Ghostbusters" actor.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The NYPD confirms Rick Moranis was randomly attacked by a stranger Thursday on the Upper West Side. Police said it happened in broad daylight just before 7:30 a.m. on Central Park West near 70th Street. Surveillance cameras captured the attack on the 67-year-old “Honey I Shrunk the Kids” and “Ghostbusters” actor. Video shows the suspect walk up and punch Moranis in the head, knocking him to the ground. WANTEDfor ASSAULT October 1, 2020 at 7:24 AM, on Central Park West in the vicinity of West 70 St Manhattan. @NYPD20PCT.Reward up to $2500Seen him? Know who he is?Call 1-800-577-TIPS orDM us!Calls are CONFIDENTIAL! @YourCityYourCall @NYPDDetectives @nypdchiefofpatrol pic.twitter.com/s06yNPBUBk — NYPD Crime Stoppers (@NYPDTips) October 2, 2020 The actor has been off the big screen for years to focus on his children after his wife’s passing, but recently appeared in a Mint Mobile commercial with Ryan Reynolds. Police said he went to the hospital with pain in his head, back and hip. He later walked to the precinct to report the crime. Neighbors told CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis he is a very nice guy, and they were shocked to hear about the unprovoked attack. “That why we moved here – to be safe,” said resident Jonathan Kurtin. “Everything’s been good, but I guess trying times. People do strange things, and they’re not always nice… You’ll be looking over your shoulder a lot more often.” The search is on for the suspect, who could be seen walking away. Anyone with information about the attack is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a tip via their website or on Twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are kept confidential. You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.
Glass Fire Update: Homes Burn In Angwin, New Evacuations Ordered, Fire On Calistoga Outskirts - CBS San Francisco
The Glass Fire was quickly advancing into areas of Angwin Thursday, burning multiple home homes after jumping containment lines and prompting some rescue efforts, Cal Fire reported.
SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — The Glass Fire burning in Napa and Sonoma counties jumped containment lines and led to new evacuations as well as additional burned homes and structures as firefighter worked through extreme conditions Thursday. The fire advanced into areas of Angwin Thursday, burning multiple home homes on Bell Canyon Road and Quail Run Road on the eastern flank of the wildfire, prompting some rescue efforts to evacuate trapped residents, Cal Fire reported. New mandatory evacuations were ordered in Napa County for:
- All areas of Napa County north of the Calistoga City limits between Highway 128, the Sonoma County line, and Highway 29.
- All addresses on both sides of Highway 29 between the Calistoga City limits and the Lake County line
- All addresses on Old Lawley Toll Road
- Areas west of Oakville, specifically the area south of South Whitehall Lane and north of Bella Oaks Lane, west to the Sonoma County line including the 500 Block and greater of Wall Road.
- The area south of Bella Oaks Lane west to the Sonoma County Line and north of Oakville Grade/Dry Creek Road; West of Highway 29, up to the 500 block of Wall Road
- The valley floor, west of Highway 29 between Whitehall Lane and Oakville Grade, including all addresses on Bella Oaks Lane, Manley Lane, Beerstecher Road, and Niebaum Lane
Glass Fire Burns More Than 36,200 Acres; Evacuations Continue In Napa And Sonoma Counties - CBS Sacramento
Evacuations have been ordered in Napa and Sonoma counties as a rapidly spreading wildfire burns.
NAPA COUNTY (CBS13) The latest on the wildfires in Northern California’s wine country (including the Glass, Shady and Boysen fire incidents), which have prompted evacuation orders in Napa and Sonoma counties: 5:26 p.m. Evacuations continue is Napa and Sonoma counties following fires developing over the weekend. As of Monday evening, Cal Fire said the Glass Fire has burned 36,236 acres and is 0% contained. I mean I just saw a flame right on that hill right there, said Richard Bambery. Bambery was nearly in tears Monday describing the blaze near his Napa County home. I just saw a flame over there. Hopefully, it doesnt burn down the folk’s house, he said. Flames raged throughout the hills while crews battled several spot fires. Theyve been up against dangerous fire conditions with the weather being dry and hot. Its two miles up the street, the fire, and just three weeks ago it was right over this ridge, Bambery explained. CBS13 caught several spot fires in Deer Park, Calistoga and Saint Helena. John Millious lost almost everything. I was so distraught, thinking, is it coming? Am I going to be burnt up now? Millious said. He escaped the flames with his passport, medication, cell phone and iPad. So I have to take it a day at a time, he said. 4:04 p.m. The Glass Fire has burned 11,000 acres in Napa and Sonoma counties. More than 8,500 structures are threatened at this time and the fire is 0% contained. The flames are burning east of Calistoga and spawned two other fires, the Shady and Boysen fires. Cal Fire is now classifying all three as the Glass Fire. 10:13 a.m. The Sonoma Raceway is opening its 50 Acres campground as a temporary evacuation area. Officials say the raceway can handle up to 2,000 campers during its usual major event weekends. The campground is directly across from the raceway off Highway 121 and has not been affected by the fires. Evacuees are being urged to enter the campground at Gate 6 off the highway. 8:14 a.m. A new evacuation order has been given for the east side of Silverado Trail between Taplin Road and Sage County Road, and Sage Canyon Road east to Chiles Pope Valley Road. Cal Fire says an evacuation center has been set up at the Crosswalk Community Church in Napa. Some 8,500 structures are being threatened by the Glass Fire, authorities say. 6:34 a.m. A mandatory evacuation has been ordered for the city of Calistoga on Monday morning due to the rapidly growing Glass Fire. The evacuation order is in effect for everyone south of Lincoln Avenue. Napa County Evacuation update #CALFIRE#CALFIRELNUpic.twitter.com/LaFbJRt2TJ — CAL FIRE LNU (@CALFIRELNU) September 28, 2020 Evacuees are being urged to avoid using southbound Highway 29 to Napa, Petrified Forest Road and the Silverado Trail. People should head either on Highway 29 north of Lake County or Highway 128 into Geyserville. 6:01 a.m. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered on Monday morning for the following areas in Sonoma County due to the fast-moving Glass Fire. Per Cal Fire, all areas east of Brush Creek Road, north of Montecito Boulevard, west of Calistoga Road and south of City Boundary (north of Badger Road area) are being ordered to evacuate. All areas within the perimeter of east of Mission Boulevard, north of Highway 12, south of Montecito Boulevard and west of Calistoga Road are also under evacuation orders. Evacuations underway and patients being moved from Adventist Health in #StHelena#[email protected]@GoodDaySacpic.twitter.com/CIYFM3ZZI0 — Rachel Wulff (@rachelwulff) September 28, 2020 Authorities also closed Highway 29 to through traffic between Lincoln Avenue and Deer Park Road on Monday morning. Temporary Evacuation Points have been set up in Santa Rosa at A Place to Play (located at 2375 W. 3rd Street). As of Monday morning, Cal Fire says the Glass Fire has burned 11,000 acres. No containment has been reported. Previous day’s updates below: 10:30 p.m. Evacuations have been ordered as a rapidly spreading wildfire burns in Napa County, Cal Fire said. The blaze, which has been dubbed the Glass Fire, has grown to 2,500 acres in just four hours and is at zero percent containment as of 7:48 p.m., according to Cal Fire LNU. It is burning east of Calistoga and north of St. Helena. Evacuation orders were issued for the following areas:
- All of Crystal Springs Road and North Fork Crystal Springs Road
- College Avenue at Howell Mountain Road to White Cottage Road
- All of Freisen Drive, including all roads west of College Avenue and Freisen Drive
- All of Lommel Road.
- Eastside of Silverado Trail from Deer Park Road to Meadowood Road and all roads in between, including the Meadowood Resort.
- South of Helena Road
- West of the Napa/Sonoma County Line
- North of Los Alamos / Cleland Ranch Roads
- East of Calistoga Road
- South of Cleland Ranch Road
- West of Los Alamos Road
- North and east of Santa Rosa County limits
- East of Calistoga Roads
- South of Alamos Road
- West of Santa Rosa City Limits and Los Alamos Road
- Northeast of Highway 12
- West of Napa/Sonoma County Line, the easternmost boundary of Hood Mountain Regional Park, and easternmost boundary of Los Guilicos Juvenile Center, including Los Guilicos Juvenile Center
University Of Pittsburgh Scientists Discover Biomolecule That May Neutralize Coronavirus - CBS Pittsburgh
Pitt scientists have isolated a biomolecule that "completely and specifically" neutralizes the virus that causes coronavirus.
By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — University of Pittsburgh scientists have isolated a biomolecule that “completely and specifically” neutralizes the virus that causes coronavirus. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine researchers isolated the smallest biological molecule to date that neutralizes the SARS-CoV-2 virus, according to a report published Monday in the journal Cell. The antibody component is 10 times smaller than a full-sized antibody and has been used to create a drug known as Ab8 for use as a therapeutic and preventative against SARS-CoV-2, the report says. The researchers reported that Ab8 is “highly effective” in preventing and treating SARS-CoV-2 infection in mice and hamsters. Ab8 not only has potential as therapy for COVID-19, but it also could be used to keep people from getting SARS-CoV-2 infections, said co-author John Mellors, M.D., chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at UPMC and Pitt, said in a release from UPMC. Antibodies of larger size have worked against other infectious diseases and have been well tolerated, giving us hope that it could be an effective treatment for patients with COVID-19 and for protection of those who have never had the infection and are not immune. Stay with KDKA for more on this developing story.
Bear Fire Renamed North Complex West Zone; 2,000 Structures Destroyed Or Damaged, Cal Fire Says - CBS Sacramento
The latest on the Bear Fire, an extension of the North Complex Fire that started the Plumas National Forest.
BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Bear Fire, an extension of the North Complex Fire that started the Plumas National Forest: 10:30 a.m. Cal Fire has given a new name to the wildfire that has now destroyed or damaged thousands of structures. The Bear Fire will now be called the North Complex West Zone by authorities, Cal Fire announced Thursday morning. It’s unclear why the name was changed, but the new designation reflects how the wildfire is part of the larger North Complex Fire that had been burning for nearly a month before exploding this week. The #BearFire in Butte County has a new name. It will be referred to from now forward as the #NorthComplexWestZone. Here is the morning update and a Public Information map of the fire. pic.twitter.com/Jc6n6xcrMO — CAL FIRE Butte Unit/Butte County Fire Department (@CALFIRE_ButteCo) September 10, 2020 Cal Fire also listed a total of 2,000 structures being destroyed or damaged as of Thursday morning. It’s unclear how many of those structures were homes at this point. Another 22,356 structures remain threatened. As of Thursday, the North Complex West Zone/Bear Fire has grown to 70,250 acres. Containment still stands at 0 percent. 7:57 a.m. Authorities in Butte County Thursday were looking for at least 12 people missing in the Bear Fire after three people were found dead in connection with the fire Wednesday. One mother, Jessica Williams, reported her 16-year-old son Josiah missing. He was last seen in Berry Creek and, as of Thursday morning, she says she still hasn’t been able to contact him. READ MORE: Mother Searching For 16-Year-Old Son After Bear Fire Wipes Out Berry Creek Community Some 20,000 people are under evacuation orders in the area due to the Bear Fire, which is part of the North Complex fires in Butte, Plumas and Yuba counties Crews with @CAL_FIRE cutting power poles that fell across highway 162. The #northcomplexfire is still actively burning around Lake Oroville. @CBSSacramentopic.twitter.com/sH7fRoitmy — Laura Haefeli (@LauraHaefeli) September 10, 2020 After a seriously burst of wind storms, the fire exploded over the past few days after burning for about three weeks. Hundreds of homes and other structures have either been damage or destroyed. As of Thursday morning, the North Complex fires had burned 252,163 acres, or nearly 400 square miles, with containment at 24 percent – down from a high of 51 percent it was before these new starts. Parts of the communities of Paradise and Concow, which were devastated by the 2018 Camp Fire, are once again being threatened by the Bear Fire. The U.S. Forest Service says winds were predicted to shift Thursday to the southwest, which could produce increased fire behavior and smoke.