New research shows the compounds created during a blaze stick around, and could be hazardous to humans.
All you need is the air that you breathe.
Tanker pilots, helicopter operators, and smokejumpers need special skills (and morning coffee) to do their high-flying jobs.
In a recent agreement, officials committed to ramping up thinning and burning across the state.
And fire season has just begun.
Everything you never wanted to know about whirling infernos.
Some like it hot.
A new study reveals the risks, regulations, and limited resources that hold back plans for prescribed blazes.
Song surveys show that species key to spreading seeds are shuffling up and down the mountain.
More than 5,000 animals were culled to curb the damage, but the wildfires aren’t to blame.
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