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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. ...
More than 1,100 firefighters are battling the blaze in steep, rugged terrain ...
Donovan Garcia Jr., 52, was participating in a wildland fire training when he collapsed ...
Here are several tools for firefighters working the already perilous 2014 wildfire season. ...
Three studies in the past three months show wildfires are getting bigger and man-made climate change is to blame. ...
The state grant program provided a retired military wildland firefighting vehicle that replace a 1960's-era truck. ...
"I regret the way the city's handled this. I think they handled it poorly," Chief Dan Fraijo said ...
Conditions are ripe for a rough wildfire season and the money to fight it isn't there. ...
Markus Kaarma, a wildland firefighter, was charged in the shooting death of a 17-year-old exchange student in his garage ...
The fires have been so hot they created their own fierce winds, spreading flames that consumed a few entire neighborhoods of ramshackle housing ...
Firefighters were inside the fire area when the wind suddenly shifted and the fast-moving flames overcame the vehicles ...
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 ...
Initial findings showed the chief was not negligent; the full report will further clear him, officials said ...
Bobby Mollere, 61, was taking part in a wildland fire training exercise when he reportedly collapsed ...
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 ...