As fires continue spreading in Wyoming, you can get a different perspective on how large they are by taking a look at photos taken from space. NASA has several satellite photos of the wildfires, including those i
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Matt Mead notes that as of today there are over 1,400 men and women fighting fires in Wyoming. That does not include all of the local and volunteer firefighters who are engaged in initial attack
Fire crews and aircraft continue their battle against the third fire in the Laramie Peak area this month. The Arapaho fire, which was one of three fires believed to have been ignited by lightning in the Laramie Peak area, has now consumed more than 5,000 acres. It’s burning on Forest Service and private lands between Laramie Pe
Another fire has broken out in Albany County, prompting evacuations for those in the Cottonwood Park and Bear Creek Road areas. Officials believe the Arapaho fire was sparked by lightning in the Laramie Peak area, and made a major wind-driven run late Thursday afternoon and evening.
It’s burning in mixed conifer, and generated a smoke column that cou
Authorities have arrested two people they believe are responsible for starting a fire at Guernsey State Park earlier this month that resulted in the evacuation of several hundred park visitors, and consumed nearly 2,700 acres. Thirty-six-year-old Thomas Pierson and 36-year-old Stephanie Schultz
The Converse County Sheriff’s Office has initiated evacuations for people living in areas threatened by a rapidly growing wildfire. The evacuations run from County Road 24, known as Cold Springs Road and Fetterman Road, which is County Road 16 in the north, all the way to the Albany County line.
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Area fire crews were battling a wind-swept blaze at Dempsey Acres near Mills Sunday afternoon. The fire began as a grass fire, but spread quickly in the strong winds, and has since destroyed several buildings.
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