Firefighters gaining upper hand on Rim fire in Yosemite

LA Times: Firefighting officials said Monday that they are gaining the upper hand on the massive Rim fire burning in and around Yosemite National Park. Containment jumped overnight from 45% to 60%, the weather was cooperating and some firefighters were beginning to be taken off the line, authorities said. By midday Monday, the fire -- the fourth-largest blaze in California history -- had burned 357 square miles. That was up from 348 on Sunday, but there were signs that the tide was turning in firefighters'......

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