Top 5 On the Go: Friday September 18

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1. Some say they weren't warned about California wildfires
Some California residents who survived the state's most destructive wildfires in recent history, said on Friday they never received evacuation notices.

2. Baby Doe's mom arrested, boyfriend charged with murder
Officials on Friday identified the young girl known as "Baby Doe" as 2-year-old Bella Bond and said her mother has been arrested and the mother's boyfriend has been charged with murder.

3. Lawyer: Clerk may have interfered with order on gay marriage
An attorney for one of Kim Davis' employees said on Friday the Kentucky clerk may have again defied a federal judge's order by altering marriage license forms to remove her name.

4. Marines seek to keep combat jobs closed to women
A Marine Corps official stirred up controversy on Friday after he recommended women be excluded from competing for certain front-line combat jobs.

5. Photo found after flooding reveals final image of 7 hikers
Rescuers searching for the bodies of seven hikers in Utah's Zion National Park found a camera that revealed the final image of the group before they died in a flash flood.

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Search and rescue team members carry a body after it was found along Pine Creek, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, in Zion National Park, near Springdale, Utah. Authorities are searching for other hikers killed in flash flooding that swept through a narrow canyon at Utah's Zion National Park. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
A member of a search and rescue team wades in to Virgin River during a search Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, in Zion National Park, near Springdale, Utah. Seven hikers who entered a narrow desert canyon for a day of canyoneering became trapped when a flash flood filled the chasm with water, killing at least five of them in Zion National Park in southern Utah, officials said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
FILE - This undated flyer released Thursday, July 9, 2015, by the Suffolk County Massachusetts District Attorney includes a computer-generated composite image depicting the possible likeness of a young girl whose body was found on the shore of Deer Island in Boston Harbor on June 25, 2015. A law enforcement official told The Associated Press Friday, Sept. 18, 2015, that authorities have identified the little girl. (Suffolk County District Attorney via AP, File)
BOSTON, MA - SEPTEMBER 18: Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley briefs the media on developments in the Baby Doe case and arrests of her mother Rachelle Bond and her mother's boyfriend Michael McCarthy in DA Conley's Law Library in Boston on Sept. 18, 2015. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
WINTHROP, MA - SEPTEMBER 18: A memorial at the site where Baby Doe was found last month on Deer Island in Winthrop, Mass. (Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
A photo, shot from a drone, shows the scene of a recycling yard, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, in Middletown, Calif. where a body was found in the burned ruins, bringing the death toll to five from two of the most destructive wildfires in the state in recent memory. Official identification had not yet been made but authorities said the body is presumed to be that of Bruce Bevins Burns. (AP Photo/Brian Skoloff)
A firefighting plane drops a load of fire retardant over a smoldering hillside Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, in Middletown, Calif. The fire that sped through Middletown and other parts of rural Lake County, less than 100 miles north of San Francisco, has continued to burn since Saturday despite a massive firefighting effort. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Firefighters create a firebreak near a home in Middletown, Calif., on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015. Two of California's fastest-burning wildfires in decades overtook several Northern California towns, killing at least one person and destroying hundreds of homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
FORT BENNING, GA - AUGUST 21: Capt. Kristen Griest (L) and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver (R) salute during the graduation ceremony of the United States Army's Ranger School at Fort Benning, Georgia on August 21, 2015. Griest and Haver are the first females to graduate from the Army's intensive Ranger School. (photo by Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)
FORT BENNING, GA - AUGUST 21: First Lt. Shaye Haver gets a hug from a female soldier after receiving her Ranger tab during the graduation ceremony of the United States Army's Ranger School on August 21, 2015 at Fort Benning, Georgia . Capt. Griest and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver are the first women ever to successfully complete the U.S. Army's Ranger School. (Photo by Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, with son Nathan Davis, a deputy clerk, reads a statement to the press outside the Rowan County Courthouse on Sept. 14, 2015 in Morehead, Ky. Davis did not interfere with marriage licenses issued after she returned to work. (Pablo Alcala/Lexington Herald-Leader/TNS via Getty Images)
Kim Tabor, a clerk at the judicial center in Morehead, KY., wears a T-shirt to work claiming she is not Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk, Wednesday Sept. 9, 2015. Tabor, who works across the street from Davis, had the T-shirt made after people confusing her office with Davis' would enter the building and start screaming at her. According to Tabor, the bright orange T-shirt breaks the tension and lightens the mood of those than come into the judicial center. (AP Photo/ Dylan T. Lovan)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015, file photo, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, with Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee at her side, greets the crowd after being released from the Carter County Detention Center, in Grayson, Ky. Having failed to ban same-sex marriage, many religious conservatives are now working to carve out protections for business owners and others who object to it on religious grounds. To some of them, Davis is a hero for her willingness to go to jail rather than issue marriage licenses. But others think Davisâ position as a government official makes her exactly the wrong figure to rally around. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley, File)
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