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Video: Wildfires Take Root in Longer Seasons and Higher Temperatures
“It was like a nightmare, the whole evening,” says Chief Bill McLaughlin of the Elk Creek Fire Department in Colorado, in the below video...
Native Firefighters Confront Inferno
Behind the facts and figures that only hint at the scope of Colorado’s burning foothills, some Native firefighters are bringing their skills to bear on the smoke and flames of a ki...
Wildfire Threatening Northern Cheyenne Grows, Reservation Forbids Fireworks
The Ash Creek Fire ravaging Montana in and around Lame Deer and the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation had risen to 186,800 acres, or about 265 square miles, as of Monday night J...
One Dies in Colorado Springs Fire; Obama Visits Stricken State
At least one person has died in the wildfire outside Colorado Springs, and President Barack Obama visited the stricken state on June 29 to survey the damage and express condolences...
Colorado Wildfire Doubles Overnight, 32,000 Forced Out
The Waldo Canyon fire outside Colorado Springs doubled in size overnight and forced more than 32,000 people from their homes, the Associated Press reported...