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When crews arrived on scene, they couldn't immediately put out the fire because people were shooting in the area ...
Widow Juliann Ashcraft said she was "grateful to the council for voting with their conscience as opposed to whatever bureaucracy that was happening behind the scenes" ...
Julie, the only woman on a 20-person crew, struggles to prove her worth and find a place in the very masculine world of firefighting ...
Three homes were destroyed and five others damaged; no fatalities or new injuries have been reported ...
About 150 firefighters are working 24-hour shifts in hot summer temperatures; short-lived rain showers were not enough to quell the fire ...
Crews were hampered by problems with the 911 and radio systems; officials want improved coordination and communication ...
The firefighter was hurt while trying to put out a beach lodge fire; he's in stable condition ...
The author saw Smokey in a D.C. zoo as a teenager; she's published a U.S. Forest Service-sanctioned book from Smokey's perspective. ...
Four firefighters were injured battling the wind-driven fire, but the injuries were minor ...
If adopted, the cuts will impact fire grant programs and the United States Fire Administration ...
Wildland fire expert will explore ways of selecting proper levels of engagement to increase firefighter safety and set up resources for success. ...
One firefighter likened the situation to fighting a fire drunk and blamed the long shifts on poor management ...
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell issued an order seeking a science-based approach that safeguards the greater sage grouse ...
With another severe fire season predicted this year, the meeting was an effort to look for solutions that will help prevent a repeat of last summer ...
A dozen homes have been destroyed by the fire; a total of 22 people have been injured, though none seriously ...
Officials said that six homes have been destroyed by the fires; no serious injuries have been reported ...
The 2008 crash was one of the deadliest helicopter crashes involving working firefighters in U.S. history ...
Investigators are baffled because the origin of the fire is not readily accessible from a roadway ...
There are an increasing number of hobbyists using drones to make videos of firefighting aircraft. ...
Investigators recommended annual medical evaluations, exercise stress tests, vital-sign checks and the completion of a health screen questionnaire. ...