McKinney Fire Continues to Grow in California

Two people are dead as the wildfire in northern California continues to grow. The McKinney Fire broke out Friday afternoon in the Klamath National Forest near the California-Oregon border and has ripped through more than 55,000 acres forcing nearly 2,000 residents to evacuate. The two people who died were found Sunday morning inside a vehicle that burned in the path of the fire on a residential driveway alongside Highway 96. Officials have not released any more information on them. The fire is expected to intensify this week with more than 2 million people in parts of northern California, central Oregon, eastern Washington, Montana, eastern Wyoming, western South Dakota and northwestern Nebraska under some type of red flag warning.