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Sheriff in the midst of a destructive wildfire that charred hundreds of square kilometers of north-central Washington encouraged cool weather and calming winds that help firefighters attack stubborn flames.
Authorities lifted the evacuation order on all but eight West Kelowna homes late Monday morning after firefighters there brought more than half a massive wildfire under control. Only eight large rural properties remained evacuated at noon Monday as a
A fire damaged a home's carport Monday morning in the El Cerrito hills, a fire official said. The fire was reported at 10:53 a.m. on the 900 block of Seaview Drive, according to El Cerrito Fire Department Battalion Chief Larry Carr. Debris inside the
The bloodiest day in two weeks of violence leaves 85 Palestinians and 13 Israeli soldiers dead...Amid power cuts and the screams of the bereaved, doctors at the 600-bed Shifa Hospital in Gaza, many unpaid for months, have become masters of
Page modified July 20, 2014 at 10:46 PM Forecast of cooler, damp weather fuels optimism in fire fight Wildfires continued in Cental Washington on Sunday, but damper weather and slower winds helped firefighters in their efforts to contain blazes that
When lightning comes through, it's typical to have a lot of fires from it and we usually get large fires when conditions are right," said Carol Connolly, a spokeswoman for the Northwest Interagency Coordination Center. "But rarely do we get this many
Firefighters tackle a flare up at the Smith Creek fire located on a hillside in West Kelowna, B.C., Saturday, July, 19, 2014...About 2,400 of the 2,500 people displaced by a wildfire near West Kelowna, B.C. were allowed back into their homes on
With no letup from high temperatures and wind, a massive wildfire in north-central Washington is growing, marking a week since flames began to consume homes, farms and scenic hillsides. New estimates from flyovers on Saturday put the lightning-caused
Wildfires burning Super Bowl repeat?...Posted by Nick Provenza Wildfires continue to burn and consume : Here's the story from overnight...Seahawks and the Super Bowl redux? Columnist Larry Stone says the team won't find it easy to defend its title.
Have you been wondering why Chicago has had some especially colorful sunrises and sunsets lately? Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest are spewing smoke high into the atmosphere, creating a thin layer of smoke that passes through the jet stream.