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TOUTLE — According to the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, the Pullen Creek Fire, located in the unincorporated community of Toutle, is 100% contained.
TOUTLE — A fire located in an unincorporated area of Cowlitz County has scorched 25 acres — about the size of Chicago's Millennium Park— of forest land north of the North Fork Toutle River, east of Toutle.
Two Cowlitz County burn bans were lifted Tuesday after officials say fire conditions have lessened thanks to cooler temperatures and rain.
CLARK COUNTY — The Nakia Creek Fire has burned 1,918 acres in east Clark County but isn’t growing and is 30 percent contained, according to a statement from the Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency.
Wildfires are remaking western U.S. forests. They also change animal behavior and interactions between predators and prey.
There are seven active wildfires near Longview, and the proof is literally in the air with multiple air monitoring agencies issuing advisories to the public as smoke from the fires have reached or are nearing unhealthy levels.
Smoke from seven area wildfires covers Cowlitz County, but officials report no direct threat to residents
Seven wildfires — ranging within 45 minutes to two hours from Cowlitz County — are blowing smoke over the region and worrying residents that the fires — all of which are at least 100 acres in size — are approaching.
EAST CLARK COUNTY — The Nakia Creek Fire in east Clark County exploded in size on Sunday, prompting a significant expansion of Level 3 mandatory evacuation zones affecting 2,903 residences in the rural outskirts of Camas and Washougal and Level 1 and 2 warning zones affecting 33,782 resident…
Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue battle a brush fire Wednesday, May 17 in rural Kelso.
Wildfires burning in Oregon and Washington have caused smoke and hazy air to cover the Pacific Northwest. In Seattle, the poor air quality made it hard for people to breathe on Oct. 20.
CNN reports that the Nakia Creek Fire started in Clark County near the Oregon border on Oct. 9.
Hundreds of firefighters are working to contain what could become a horrific natural disaster. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Severe weather events ranging from hurricanes to wildfires are regularly hitting parts of the US. You can take a few steps to prepare for an emergency without spending too much money. PennyGem’s Johana Restrepo has more.
Hundreds of firefighters scrambled Monday to prevent a wildfire engulfing an area of rare giant sequoia trees in California's Yosemite National Park.
When a wildfire is burning, you most likely won’t have a lot of time to evacuate. Follow these tips to help you and your family leave safely and quickly.
While wildfire smoke may not seem serious, it can lead to a range of health problems. Find out what they are and what you can do to protect yourself.