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Oakville. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. The wildfire burning across northern California is now the deadliest in the state's history. The number of dead on the campfire in northern California. His jump to twenty nine the worry is more bodies will be found some have been in their cars appearing they were trying to escape on the Wolsey fire here in southern California. Two people have died statewide now the fires have killed thirty one people ABC's Alec stone in Los Angeles officials have extended a red flag warning for gusty wind and low humidity across the state Democrats take over the house next year and appears they're not just going to investigate but offer legislation as well. They're going to be plowing ahead on their legislative priorities and tackling these investigations. And I think you're gonna see issues like healthcare we had so many Republicans come out and say they want to do something to protect preexisting conditions. I think Democrats are going to say, okay when you put your money where your mouth is. And also, I think on gun control, you're likely to see very quickly. ABC's Mary Bruce in Washington going to trial in Milwaukee county court in the morning trial of a lawsuit. Brought by Pabst brewing company against Miller Coors. Chicago-based Miller Coors, produces packages and ships nearly all of Pabst brewing company's products, including Pabst, blue ribbon old, Milwaukee and lonestar, but Pabst is arguing that Miller. Coors wants to put it out of business by ending a long standing partnership, so they can grab a share of the cheap beer market Miller. Coors says it doesn't have the capacity to serve paps needs anymore. And Pap says the bureau would only agree to an extension for triple the price. A company wants more than four hundred million dollars in damages and for Miller Coors to be ordered to honor their deal. Todd ant ABC news and under Australian police have made their first arrest in the instances of sewing needles found in strawberry sold in six Australian states, a fifty year old woman who worked in the strawberry industry is in custody. She's facing seven counts of goods contamination. Each count carries a maximum of ten years in prison. You're listening to ABC news..