Deadly California Wildfire Forcing Mass EvacuationsTwo firefighters have been killed, thousands of homes evacuated and dozens of buildings destroyed.
PHOTOS: Massive California Wildfire Spreads Across 49 Square Miles A ferocious wildfire had swallowed up many homes as it spread across more than 49 square miles of mountain and desert east of Los Angeles. Exactly how many, however, and to whom they belonged, remained uncertain.
Cuomo Deploys More State Personnel To Fight Ulster County WildfireMore than 110 state personnel were on the scene Monday to help fight a wildfire near Ellenville in Ulster County.
Wildfire Rages In Hudson Valley Forcing Some Homeowners To EvacuateThe fire, which started just before noon on Sunday in the Town of Mamakating, has affected more than 1,700 acres of the Shawangunk Ridge State Forest.
FDNY 'Black Sunday' Survivor Reflects On Tough Road For Lone Ariz. Wildfire SurvivorFire officials say the lone survivor on an elite Arizona firefighting crew was on a hilltop serving as a "lookout,'' and was in charge of relaying key information to his colleagues.
FDNY Sending Contingent Of Firefighters To Assist With Deadly Arizona Wildfire"We're devastated. We just lost 19 of the finest people you'll ever meet," said Prescott Fire Chief Dan Fraijo. "Right now, we're in crisis."
Windy, Dry Conditions Spur Red Flag Warning For Tri-State AreaThe National Weather Service said gusty winds, along with humidity levels as low as 20 percent, mean there is a "great potential'' for wildfires in the area through the day.
N.Y. Air Nat'l Guard Trains For Wildfires On Long IslandIn April, wildfire broke out in Manorville and it took many long days to get it under control.
NY State Dry Spell Prompts Warnings To NY Boaters, CampersState officials are warning campers and boaters of a high fire danger and low water levels in the state due to hot weather and a lack of rain over the past 10 days.
Experts: Brush Fires Necessary For Environment On Long Island"This is a fire-dependent ecosystem. It has to burn to survive," said Richard Amper of the L.I. Pine Barens Society.