2 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
SPRINGTOWN Authorities closed down a marijuana growing operation in a Springtown home Sunday afternoon after firefighters responded to an accidental fire at the residence, the Parker County sheriff said Monday.
6 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
A plane drops fire retardant material on a three-alarm brush fire near Ivy Drive in Orinda, Calif., on Monday May 20, 2013.
9 hrs ago | Burbank Leader
Water-dropping helicopters were brought in to assist ground crews trying to contain the fire -- first reported shortly after noon Monday -- as it moved through heavy brush in the hills above East Harvard Road and East Walnut Avenue.
11 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
People watch as a brush fire burns Sunday, May 19, 2013, at the Whitney Ranch Recreational Area, precariously close to an apartment complex in Henderson.
13 hrs ago | Bracknell Times
Just over two years ago, firefighters from across the country were battling the biggest forest fire ever seen in Bracknell.
18 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Record high temperatures in the upper 80s and lower 90s are set across Lower Michigan from the 16th to the 28th.
A Concord woman was arrested Sunday evening on suspicion of arson after police say she used a lighter to set fire to a hillside that in turn sparked a four-acre burn.
Heidi Schewel with the Forest Service says a brush fire is burning about five miles east of the Nogales Airport.
Residents of the Upper Skyway neighborhood participated in the Wildland Fire Evacuation Drill Saturday to prepare for the possibility of a wildfire this summer.
A firefighter hosed down a still-hot burned area of the Grand Fire in Kern County on Friday.
Mike Whitaker, left, and Andrew Fullingim watch smoke from a brush fire from Lake Hughes in Castaic, Calif., Friday, May 17, 2013.
"They learn exactly who they respond to, who their boss is, what to do and the way the system works," said Jan Amen, Texas A&M Forest Service, PIO.
An L.A. County camp crew starts to get out as flames roar out of a canyon toward them during a brush fire that started along the southbound lanes of the I-5. The LA County Fire Department and the Angeles National Forest Service are fighting the fire that has burned through 600 acres.
Introducing any fire in the outdoors is strongly discouraged today. The DNR will be suspending all burning permits and citizens should check with local fire officials for any additional restrictions in place.
With a nearby fire now considered "held," residents of Nordegg are being allowed to return home.