Wildfire rages another day in California

Associated Press

Lake Tahoe residents reassured homes free from wildfires

When Caldor Fire devoured pine trees and crossed the Sierra Nevada Mountains last week, South Lake Tahoe, a scenic community of 22,000 people on the California-Nevada border, turned into a smoke-filled ghost town. I did. Residents who returned on Monday after worrying about the fire approaching their homes and landmarks last week said they were grateful to the firefighters for stopping the flames at the front door of the town.