Crews are making progress on the wildfires scorching the state. Heavy rains over the next few days will help increase containment. But those rains will
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – Fire has always been a part of Yellowstone, but how fire is managed has changed. High tech weather computers, satellite imagery,
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says it’s not the time for finger-pointing over the destruction of the deadly California wildfires, yet he’s openly blaming “radical environmentalists”
As parts of California look to pick up the pieces after major wildfires, rain is expected to fall later this week. The rain could complicate
Heather West, a Paradise native and owner of Bozeman business Buffalo Bump, was devastated to hear the news many missing from her hometown and nearly all of the buildings destroyed.
Millions of people remain at risk as some 10,000 firefighters battle what’s become the most destructive and deadliest outbreak of wildfires in the state’s history.
CHICO, Calif. – Days after his boss generated controversy for suggesting poor forest management is to blame for California’s latest wildfires, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke
The Camp Fire is now known as the most destructive fire in California’s history as it has destroyed 6,400 homes and killed 29 people with
Montana fire crews are stepping up and heading to California to help in any way they can by sending close to 100 firefighters and about
A series of fast-moving wildfires are racing up and down California early Friday, destroying thousands of structures in their paths and forcing thousands of residents
PHILIPSBURG – We’ve spent lots of news time the past two summers showing you the work of fire crews battling forest fires but as it
BUTTE, MT: Fire officials from the Butte Ranger District began prescribed fire activities this week which may result in intermittent visible smoke continuing through the
Smoke billowed from a hillside just south of Roundup on Tuesday as fire ate away at underbrush and occasionally enveloped a larger tree, but there
Story by Mahkia Clark, MTN News Flathead Valley fire crews were able to save several structures and knock down a grass fire near Foy’s Lake
Recent snowfall has helped put out Montana wildfires still burning, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Fall rain and snow doesn’t completely bail