As one wildfire keeps inflicting more tragedy in Northern California, millions of people in Southern California will face treacherous fire conditions Tuesday. About 21 million
When Jeff Hill returned to his neighborhood in Paradise, California, after evacuating during the Camp fire, he came across a wayward horse — in a
The Camp Fire is now known as the most destructive fire in California’s history as it has destroyed 6,400 homes and killed 29 people with
Montana fire crews are stepping up and heading to California to help in any way they can by sending close to 100 firefighters and about
Powerful winds are expected to sweep through California on Sunday, exacerbating three major fires that have killed at least 23 people, destroyed thousands of homes
A series of fast-moving wildfires are racing up and down California early Friday, destroying thousands of structures in their paths and forcing thousands of residents
PHILIPSBURG – We’ve spent lots of news time the past two summers showing you the work of fire crews battling forest fires but as it
Smoke billowed from a hillside just south of Roundup on Tuesday as fire ate away at underbrush and occasionally enveloped a larger tree, but there
Flathead Valley fire crews were able to save several structures and knock down a grass fire near Foy’s Lake Tuesday afternoon. Smith Valley Fire Department
Recent snowfall has helped put out Montana wildfires still burning, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Fall rain and snow doesn’t completely bail
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Firefighters from multiple departments were responding to a residential fire in the Mountain Meadow Estates subdivision early Saturday afternoon. Thick smoke and
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo.- A massive, 50,000-acre fire burning south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming has destroyed at least 40 homes as of Wednesday night, and crews
hat started as a truck fire spread to a steel commercial building in Gallatin Gateway which burned for several hours overnight Sunday according to the local fire chief.
Fire officials are making progress on the Monument Fire burning south of Ennis. As of Tuesday, the fire has burned slightly more than 6,600 acres
For the first time since the Horseshoe fire destroyed his home of 20 years Mark McMurtry returned Tuesday to see the carnage and what might be left in the ashes. McMurtry says it’s not as bad as he imagined but still he’s in need of a lot and he’s not alone.