The state Department of Natural Resources is urging people to be careful this Labor Day weekend.
The state Department of Natural Resources has filed an amended response to a lawsuit brought by nearly 200 landowners over the 2014 Carlton Complex fire.
A fire that apparently began burning one miles northeast of town off Airport Road was quickly contained.
The Okanogan County Long-Term Recovery Group is ready to help Grant County residents cope with losses from the Monument Hill Fire.
Industrial fire precaution level 3 has been set for the Colville Indian Reservation.
The Diamond Creek Fire, burning in the Pasayten Wilderness, has grown to more than 30,000 acres, has claimed two structures and damaged another.
Winds from the west and northwest pushed the Diamond Creek Fire into an area of unburned fuel Wednesday afternoon, sending up a smoke column visible for miles.
The “big box” strategy of fighting the Bridge Creek Fire was called into question Aug. 16 during a community meeting at Inchelium School.
The Diamond Creek Fire has ballooned to 28,143 acres as of early Wednesday, Aug. 16.
A community meeting is planned at 6 tonight, Aug. 16, to update people on the Bridge Creek Fire, which is burning 13 miles north-northeast of Keller.
The Colville Confederated Tribes is closing reservation roads because of extreme fire conditions.
The Diamond Creek Fire, burning in the Pasayten Wilderness Area, has grown to 19,687 acres.
All fires have been prohibited in the Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area as of 12:01 a.m. Friday, Aug. 11.
The state Department of Natural Resources is banning campfires and other fires on DNR-protected lands in eastern Washington.
The Diamond Creek Fire has grown to 12,525 acres and moved closer to the U.S.-Canadian border.