The massive fire burning in north-central Washington is now the largest in state history.
A massive complex of blazes that killed three firefighters in north-central Washington state has grown by more than 100 square miles in a day.
The deaths of three firefighters who were overrun by flames after their vehicle crashed cast a pall in Washington state on Thursday, with the governor saying the "unprecedented cataclysm" of wildfires has "burned a big hole in our state's heart."
High winds forecast for an area of eastern Oregon where a wildfire has destroyed three dozen homes have prompted more evacuation orders, officials said Thursday.
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Thankfully, the Armstrong home had been saved from wildfire, but much of the property had burned.
The intense wildfire season ravaging the West and taxing fire crews and equipment to their limits is the new normal, the chief of the U.S. Forest Service said Wednesday at a fire site in Oregon.
Craig Fluer was fighting wildfires in Idaho when this "fire whirl" formed.
A new video is serving as a reminder to people living in North Vancouver to be bear aware. One bold animal pushed down a fence, and went for a swim in a family's backyard pool.
"People should certainly be aware of their surroundings at all times and that includes their children,” says Dwes Hutson with the Sheriff’s Office. “Make sure they know where their kids are, feed their pets indoors and certainly don't leave garbage outside the house."
Fire managers expect to have the Collier Butte Fire contained by the end of the month.
The Canyon Creek complex is 63 square miles with zero containment. It has destroyed 26 houses and damaged 50 others. Another 500 structures are threatened by the fire.
Firefighters carving fire line on the ground and dumping retardant from the air saved several homes from the flames of the Canyon Creek Complex on Monday, fire managers said.