by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Mar 27, 2016
Around 400,000 acres total have been burned in Kansas and Oklahoma.
by Natasha Geiling Dec 18, 2015
The U.S. Forest Service spent almost $2 billion fighting fires in 2015.
by Alan Pyke Oct 13, 2015 Updated: Oct 15, 2015
As California burns, justice system reforms may force it to stop relying on near-free prison labor to combat wildfires.
by Emily Atkin Sep 16, 2015
Not one question about climate change was asked in the last Republican debate.
by Samantha Page Sep 14, 2015
California's fire season started early this year, and it keeps going.
by Ryan Koronowski Sep 1, 2015
Climate change is at the top of his agenda. But what else will the president see, and perhaps just as importantly for Alaska and the rest of the world, what won't he see?
by Natasha Geiling Aug 24, 2015
An intense wildfire season continues across the West, as state and federal agencies call for backup to battle the blazes.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 13, 2015
As climate change threatens to make fire season worse and prison reforms are reducing the state's source of cheap labor, California is reckoning with how it will fight fires in the future.
by Samantha Page Aug 4, 2015
Fire season in California started early this year and has been exacerbated by drought and high temperatures.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 29, 2015
High temperatures and continued drought mean little relief for a West plagued by wildfire.