Flames leap 200 feet in the air and burn at 2,000 degrees. A rain of fire sets thousands of acres ablaze. The smoke jumpers may get the glory, but the battle is being won by the wildfire simulation brigade.
What does it take to recover from an emotional and financial catastrophe? Ten years after the Oakland wildfires, three families look back.
The night the fires came to Wildcat Canyon.
Why are wildfires defying long-standing computer models?
When President Bush visited rural Oregon to tout his Healthy Forest Initiative, huge fires suddenly broke out—and a lot of people in the small town of Sisters think he dropped the match.
Greg and Julie Welch thought they were taking their regular, annual trip, paddling through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Minnesota. Then the fire came.