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An extended prison term for two arsonists has fueled protests over animal grazing rights on federal land that's escalated into an armed stand off ...
An extended prison term for two arsonists has fueled protests over animal grazing rights on federal land that's escalated into an armed stand off. (Les Zaitz/The Oregonian via AP) ...
The technology will help emergency managers plan evacuations and know where to concentrate firefighting efforts ...
States have called for the federal government to classify severe wildfires as natural disasters for funding purposes ...
The fires and region-wide haze are an annual dry-season problem, but experts warn the current outbreak is on track to become the worst ever ...
This will double the number of next generation tankers, which can fly faster and carry more payload than older models. ...
The agency has spent all the money Congress provided for fighting wildfires in the 12-month budget period, forcing it to borrow money elsewhere ...
More than 1,150 square miles of Washington have burned, nearly the size of Rhode Island ...
The U.S. is in the midst of one of its worst fire seasons on record with some 11,600 square miles scorched so far ...
The report urges California to do more now to deal with what researchers project to be the biggest drought crises of 2016 and 2017 ...
Officials believe the fire overtook the vehicle; four other firefighters were injured. ...
About 97 firefighters and aircraft contained the fire in Chernobyl's exclusion zone. ...
Calif. fire officials believe the 34-year-old woman set 14 fires in the past week and a half. ...
Nearly 2,000 firefighters are battling the blaze and more are coming into the area. ...
Forest Service Capt. David Ruhl, 38, was fighting fires in northern California when he vanished Thursday; his body was recovered Friday. ...
Fire officials had no details of how the firefighters were injured, but said a fire truck was damaged ...
Park officials said 688 people were in the campground when the fire ignited ...
About 500 firefighters are tackling the blaze; no injuries have been reported yet ...
Another bill would also increase fines and make jail time possible for drone use that interferes with firefighting efforts ...
About 200 people trapped by one fire were plucked off a beach by rescue boats ...



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