Two fast-growing Northern California wildfires are burning out of control, four days after they started. More than two-thousand firefighters are scrambling to get lines around the Glass Fire that’s burned more than 46-thousand acres in Napa and Sonoma counties. It’s destroyed nearly a hundred buildings in the Wine Country and is only two-percent contained. Farther north, the Zogg Fire has scorched more than 50-thousand acres, destroyed almost 150 homes and other structures, and killed three people. There’s no containment of the fire in Shasta County, four hours north of San Francisco.