Over 1,000 people are missing in Maui after deadly wildfires devastated the island, leaving a death toll of 115 and rising. The names of those missing, now totaling 1,100, have been compiled by FBI investigators and will be released this week. Crews continue to search everywhere and investigators are still trying to verify and account for those missing. It is likely that one in four children will be missing from school as classes resume. The New York Times reported that Hawaii officials do not have an estimate of how many of the missing are presumed dead. Only 104 family DNA samples have been gathered for use in identifying the remains of family members.