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Brush Fire Knocked Down After Burning 62 Acres Above Lake View Terrace

Amid a red-flag warning and unseasonable autumn heat, Los Angeles firefighters responded Wednesday afternoon to a brush fire that was initially described as threatening homes in Lake View Terrace. 443 more words

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Wildfire north of Palmer makes run toward Glenn Highway; high winds, limited resources pose serious challenge

For the third straight day, high winds and limited resources are posing a serious challenge to firefighters contending with a late-season wildfire along the Glenn Highway north of Palmer. 607 more words

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Wildfire near Sutton is 25 percent contained; firefighters continue effort in harsh conditions

Sunday, Oct. 16 – 4:10 p.m. – A wildfire in the Matanuska Valley near Sutton is now 25 percent contained and firefighters continue to battle the blaze in harsh conditions. 597 more words

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High winds, cold temperatures challenge firefighters working to contain wildfire near Sutton

Sunday, Oct. 16 – 10:30 a.m. – Firefighters were back on the line at first light Sunday to continue work on containing a wildfire that started on Saturday along the Glenn Highway near Sutton in the Matanuska Valley. 521 more words

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Soberanes Fire Fully Contained After Burning for Nearly 3 Months Near Big Sur

The massive Soberanes fire, one of the most expensive wildfires in U.S. history, was fully contained this week, nearly three months after it was sparked by an illegal campfire, officials said. 153 more words

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Forest Service releases draft decision on improved trail system near Nederland

The U.S. Forest Service has released its final environmental assessment and a draft decision for the Magnolia Non-Motorized Trails Project.

The draft decision would approve a 44-mile, non-motorized trail system across about 6,000 acres in Boulder and Gilpin counties in an area along the Peak to Peak Highway known as East Magnolia and West Magnolia. 720 more words


Wildfire In Rio Blanco County 'Wakes Up,' Estimated At 1,000 Acres

GARFIELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A wildfire burning in Rio Blanco County is estimated at approximately 1,000 acres.

Smoke from the fire is visible from north of the town of Silt and Interstate 70 in Garfield County. 195 more words