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Administration Moves to Limit Wildfire Toll

New administration plan for fire season.

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D Borsum, IMET
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Forest Service Seeks $6.3M From Man for Wyoming Wildfire

he U.S. Forest Service wants to collect $6.3 million from a 77-year-old man accused of accidentally starting a wildfire that threatened the town of Jackson

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Western Governors Gather in Las Vegas

Leaders from around the West are meeting in Las Vegas to discuss land use, wildfires and environmental conservation.

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Mead Appoints Panel To Examine Wyoming Forest Health

Gov. Matt Mead has named a panel to examine ways to improve the health of Wyoming's forests.

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Spencer Platt/Getty Images
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Wyoming Sees Decrease in Wildfires

The end of summer means that the major wildfire season is all but over in Wyoming.

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Base Reflectivity Map for the morning of 9-12-13 (National Weather Service)
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Heavy Rains Cause Flooding in Colo

Heavy rains and scarring from recent wildfires sent walls of water crashing down mountainsides early Thursday in Colorado, cutting off mountain towns, forcing the University of Colorado to cancel classes. At least three people are reported dead.

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Photo Courtesy U.S. Forest Service
Photo Courtesy U.S. Forest Service
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Yellowstone Wildfires Grow Little

Yellowstone National Park officials say only one of six lightning-sparked fires showed widespread activity during dry weather but grew only a few acres and the blazes have not impacted park visitors.

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Photo courtesy Clint Dawson
Photo courtesy Clint Dawson
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Rain, Cooler Weather Help Firefighters in NW Wyo.

Rain and cooler weather have slowed the growth of a wildfire that has scorched more than 38 square miles in northwest Wyoming

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Heavy Rain Helps Cool Yellowstone Wildfires

Heavy rain has helped cool off wildfires burning in Yellowstone National Park.

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Trevor T. Trujillo, Townssquare Media
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Feds Running Out of Wildfire Money

The U.S. Forest Service is diverting $600 million from timber, recreation and other areas to fill the gap.

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