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The fire knocked out power to the area, and people were left wandering the town with flashlights as the fire glowed up in the hills ...
He got a year behind bars for not preventing people from slipping onto the land and setting the fire. ...
Authorities evacuated dozens of hikers by helicopter after flames cut off their exit. ...
The woman, with a history of drug and alcohol abuse, received 18 months in prison and mandatory substance abuse program. ...
Only a week or two old, the kittens crawled out from under a burning log after an air drop. ...
The parents of twin 7-year-old boys told investigators their sons inadvertently ignited the blaze with the lighter ...
Two firefighters suffered minor injuries; the cause of the blaze is under investigation ...
Staffing for fighting fires has more than doubled since 1998; the biggest hit has occurred with the maintenance of recreational sites ...
Mandatory evacuation orders have gone out to 13,000 phone numbers for homes and businesses ...
The program will allow for the transfer of excess military vehicles and equipment to local fire departments ...
All were released from the hospital Saturday; 3 wildland firefighters were also hurt in Idaho. ...
The fire burned 2,000 acres and damaged or destroyed more than 40 structures. ...
The person was trying to get video of the blaze and when authorities said it posed danger to firefighting planes ...
The firefighter trailed behind the rest of the crew; he didnít show up at the fire and didnít respond to radio calls. ...
The wildfire, along with other western blazes, can be attributed to climate change ...
But, neither federal nor Idaho fire officials require contractors to meet fitness requirements. ...
The program helps cash-strapped rural departments by supplying them with surplus military vehicles to rebuild and reuse ...
A good program for both the fire service and the country unexpectedly stopped; you can and must help bring it back. ...
The fire chief said it was inches away from jumping a highway, which would have required state and other resources to battle it. ...
An agreement between DoD and EPA calls for destroying the vehicles rather than giving them to fire departments. ...