PARADISE, Calif. — 6:30 p.m.
The death toll in the wildfire that tore through a Northern California community has risen to 23.
The Butte County Sheriff says investigators recovered 14 additional bodies Saturday, three days after the fire broke out. He says some of the victims were found in cars and in houses.
The fire has become the third-deadliest in California history.
Sharon Black said she left nearly everything behind when she and her husband fled their home in the Pine Springs Mobile Home Park in Paradise on Thursday morning.