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The fires have been so hot they created their own fierce winds, spreading flames that consumed a few entire neighborhoods of ramshackle housing ...
With no municipal water or fire hydrants to use, routes to the blazes blocked by narrow streets, fire crews could do little but watch some neighborhoods burn ...
Former Fire Chief Ryan Scharber received the minimum sentence; he admitted to setting nine forest fires and has been diagnosed as a pyromaniac ...
The Press Democrat SANTA ROSA, Calif. — CalFire will hire 29 more seasonal firefighters in its Sonoma-Lake-Napa unit starting Monday and will open its Healdsburg station, ...
When firefighting costs reach 70 percent of the 10-year average, firefighting agencies could dip into the government's fund for battling natural disasters such as hurricanes ...
After a fire ripped through 110 condominiums in 26 buildings, emergency planners have improved response, prevention and notification. ...
Thorogood released its first NFPA 1977-certified wildland hiking boot that lets firefighters wear a boot that withstands 500 degree temperatures for up to 5 minutes. FireStalker ...
Former Fire Chief Ryan Scharber admitted to setting nine fires and will be sentenced April 10 ...
By Tom Beal The Arizona Daily Star TUCSON, Ariz. — Southwest wildfires, which have grown exponentially in size over the past decade, need to be harnessed for the benefits ...
An investigation found that state dispatchers failed to call in some of the closest firefighters and equipment ...
Forestry pilot Jacob Thomas Harrell took a small plane out to look for additional hot spots; rescuers with planes and helicopters are searching for him ...
Three men ages 21, 22 and 24 were charged with unlawfully setting a campfire, and each could face up to five years in prison ...
They have endured several days of temperatures exceeding 104 degrees and winds are intensifying the fire risk ...
A study found that nitrogen levels may impact certain grasses in fire-prone areas ...
James G. Anderson, 77, has been accused of accidentally starting the Horsethief Canyon Fire ...
The chance of pushing though a package to even out the full-time and part-time survivor benefits is in doubt ...
An attorney for the 12 families said that the men's deaths were preventable and the families want to ensure "this type of tragedy does not happen again" ...
Zane Wallace Peterson, 29, faces 25 years-to-life sentence for the murder charge and 90 years for the arson charges ...
The fire has destroyed 15 homes, including the home of Big Sur Fire Chief Martha Karstens ...
It was recorded by a firefighter near the scene who had a helmet cam rolling picking up both video and audio ...