More than 320 goats are happily working on a steep slope to reduce the fire risk in a neighborhood that was consumed by a wildfire...
Crews battle fast-moving brush fire in southern Washington that threatens homes and a wind-turbine farm; hot winds pushed the fire Sunday.
People caused the wildfire that’s burned more 40,000 acres near Hanford nuclear site; investigation continues
A fire that broke out Thursday afternoon on the Hanford Reach National Monument had burned an estimated 14,000-15,000 acres northwest of Richland by Friday morning.
The blaze, which is being called the Powerline fire, began just after 12:30 p.m. Sunday and had spread to about 7,800 acres by Monday evening.
With warm temperatures and an unusually high dew point, the Seattle area has been feeling muggier than we're used to. It has rained .77 inches...
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