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Two Fires Burning Across Eastern Washington

One central Washington wildfire has burned across 28 square miles in just two days while another has broken out in hot, tinder-dry conditions.

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Wildfire Starts Up Near Spokane

A new wildfire near Spokane quickly burned across 550 to 600 acres Wednesday, prompting evacuation orders for about a dozen homes.

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Wildfires Over Weekend Near Wenatchee and Ellensburg

  • A wildfire that burned sagebrush and grass south of Ellensburg in central Washington is contained.

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Naches Campground Saved From Wildfire

A campground outside Naches became the latest bulls-eye of a fast-moving wildfire Monday morning. Crews managed to save the Wonderland campground. No one was hurt thanks to a quick response by firefighters

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Firefighters Still Battling Five Wildfires in Eastern Washington

SEATTLE (AP) — Thousands of firefighters are still battling five major wildfires in Eastern Washington that have burned a total of 186 square miles, but managers are increasingly confident they're gaining control

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Stagnant Air Conditions Returns to Central Washington

After a day of relief from the smoke in Central Washington it's back says Dave Caprilie with the Yakima clean air authority. Like Yakima , Wenatchee and Cashmere enjoyed relatively clean air for about half a day before smoke from the area wildfires returned Tuesday night

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Fire Damage Harrah City Hall

It's dry in the Yakima valley. Firefighters know anything could spark a large grass, brush and or tree fire. Officials in Harrah this morning are assessing damage to Harrah city hall after a fire burned a storage shed and some shrubs in a city park

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Wildfire Smoke Forces CWU Football Game to be Moved

ELLENSBURG, Wash. (AP) — Central Washington University says thick smoke from wildfires has prompted it to move Saturday's home football game against Azusa Pacific University from the CWU campus in Ellensburg, Wash

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Firefighter Falls ill Dies While Battling Wildfire

WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) — A firefighter who died after falling ill while helping battle a wildfire north of

Wenatchee has been identified as a Darby, Mont., man. Crews are struggling to contain dozens of wildfires throughout the state of Washington

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Wildfire Smoke Decreases Air Quality in The Northwest

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Wildfires are hurting air quality in much of Washington, as forecasters issued a stagnant weather advisory to last at least through Wednesday afternoon.

The National Weather Service says smoke from the blazes has drifted west over the Cascade Range but has not yet settled close to the ground

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