SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- A Northern California sheriff says 2 more people are dead in a wildfire, bringing death total to 83.
Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea says 563 remain on the missing list.
The daughter of a man killed in California's deadliest wildfire is suing Pacific Gas & Electric Co., saying the utility could have prevented the blaze.
Neva Rodrigues filed the lawsuit Wednesday in San Francisco. The lawsuit says a body was found in the burned home where her father, 73-year-old Jerry Rodrigues, lived alone in a Paradise mobile home park.
The cause of the fire has not been determined. PG&E reported an outage on a transmission line near the time and place where the fire began.
The company is targeted in at least two other lawsuits filed by people who survived the blaze but lost their homes.
A PG&E spokeswoman says safety is the company's highest priority. The company has warned investors its liability may exceed its insurance if it is found responsible.
On Wednesday, rain was causing concerns Wednesday about mudslides and other problems in Northern California.
In a Walmart parking lot where thousands of evacuees had taken refuge, Amy Sheppard was packing her belongings into a black plastic garbage bag in the rain.
The 38-year-old woman says she plans to go to a hotel where her sister and 1-year-old niece are staying after the three of them camped in the lot for four days.
The family lost their home in Magalia.
Several dozen tents remain at the lot, although most services have been stopped. Sheppard says many of the remaining people are homeless, not victims of the fire.