Dixie Fire

The blazes have destroyed hundreds of homes and forced thousands of people to flee.
Wildfires in Montana and California are threatening rural towns and ranchland while the West sees a continuing bout of dangerously hot, dry weather.
California’s largest single wildfire in recorded history is running through forestlands as fire crews try to protect rural communities from the flames.
Thick smoke that held down winds and temperatures began to clear from the scenic forestlands as firefighters battled the largest single wildfire in state history.
California's fire season is on track to surpass last year’s, which was the worst fire season in recent recorded state history.
A wildfire raging in Northern California grew by 110 square miles overnight amid high temperatures and strong winds.
“We did everything we could,” fire spokesman Mitch Matlow said. “Sometimes it’s just not enough.”