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Repopulation begins for some Malibu residents, and a Camp Fire check-in




Firefighters battle a blaze at the Salvation Army Camp on November 10, 2018 in Malibu, California.
Firefighters battle a blaze at the Salvation Army Camp on November 10, 2018 in Malibu, California.
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The Woolsey Fire has charred over 98,000 acres and destroyed more than 500 structures. The fire is now at 57 percent contained.

Evacuation orders were lifted some areas of Agoura and for the entire city of Calabasas. Repopulation is also taking place for some Malibu residents.

Meanwhile, a third body was found within the footprint of the Woolsey fire, the Los Angeles County coroner's office said Wednesday. The body was found by law enforcement officers Tuesday in the 32000 block of Lobo Canyon Road, coroner's office spokeswoman Sarah Ardalani told LAist. That area is in the burn zone south of Agoura Hills. The County coroner's office is now investigating to determine the identity and cause of death.  

For the latest on the Woolsey Fire, go to LAist.com

Guests:

Emily Sawicki, managing editor of the Malibu Times; she tweets @emily_sawicki

Marc Albert, reporter at North State Public Radio, the NPR affiliate in Chico; he's been covering the fire for the last week