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After the weekend, we get the latest on Woolsey and Hill fires




A helicopter drops flame retardant on a wildfire on November 10, 2018 in Malibu, California. The Woolsey fire has burned over 70,000 acres and has reached the Pacific Coast at Malibu as it continues grow.
A helicopter drops flame retardant on a wildfire on November 10, 2018 in Malibu, California. The Woolsey fire has burned over 70,000 acres and has reached the Pacific Coast at Malibu as it continues grow.
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Firefighters continued battling the Woolsey and Hill fires this weekend.

As of this morning, the Woolsey fire is at 91,572 acres and about 20 percent contained. Mandatory evacuation orders remain in place for the nearly 170,000 residents whose homes stretch from Malibu to the West Hills. Meanwhile, the Hill Fire is now at 4,531 acres and is nearly 80 percent contained.

The Santa Ana winds have continued to blow over the weekend, and are expected to keep blowing into the early evening today. We get the latest.

Guests:

Captain Eric Scott, PIO for the Woolsey fire  

Lou La Monte, councilmember, city of Malibu