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California's deadliest fire is 100 percent contained; focus shifts to larger blaze in Mendocino County

LOS ANGELES - California's deadliest fire in 2018 has been 100 percent contained and the state's largest fire is not far behind, according to state fire officials.

The Carr fire was sparked by a malfunctioning

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