Large Fire Breaks Out In Bothell, Damages Several BusinessesThe blaze started around 3 a.m. Friday and was spread by high winds that fanned the flames.
Police Arrest 1 In Arsons Around Seattle Homeless CampAuthorities say they've arrested one person and continue to investigate a series of fires set in and around a Seattle homeless encampment along Interstate 5 known as the Jungle.
Sheriff Believes 2 Vancouver Church Fires Were ArsonClark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins is asking all churches, synagogues, mosques and other houses of worship to remain vigilant and report suspicious activities.
Firefighters Battling 80-acre Blaze Near OsoTwo local fire departments are helping fight the fire, which is not threatening any homes, and has not caused any injuries.
Fire Causes More Than $250,000 In Damage At Edmonds SchoolClasses are canceled for Monday at Madrona K-8 school
Woman Burned In Fire At Bikini Barista StandA young woman was injured in fire at Sinners and Saints Coffee Stand on Everett Mall Way Thursday
Injured Firefighter Undergoes SurgeryOne of the firefighters injured while battling a blaze in north-central Washington underwent his first surgery but remains in critical condition.
More Crews Mobilizing To Fight Large Fires In Chelan AreaFire crews using air tankers, helicopters and bulldozers on Sunday were attacking several large fires burning in the Chelan area that have destroyed more than 50 structures and threatened many more homes.
Still-Burning Logging Slash Piles Pose Idaho Wildfire ThreatIdaho officials say logging slash piles lit on fire in the fall, winter or spring could still be burning under the surface due to a lack of snowpack and pose a wildfire risk this summer.
Off-Duty Idaho Firefighter Saves Neighbor From FireAn off-duty lieutenant with Kootenai Fire and Rescue knew he was looking at a dangerous situation when he heard screams and raced out of his home to see smoke pouring from his neighbors' house in Rathdrum, Idaho.
Man Accused Of Pouring Gasoline On Girlfriend, Lighting Her On FireSeattle police are looking for a man they say lit his girlfriend on fire.
Woman, 70, Rescued After Tumble Down Steep Hill; Hurt BackFire officials in the Seattle suburb of Auburn, Washington, say a 70-year-old woman out walking with two grandchildren and a dog had to be rescued Thursday afternoon after tumbling down a steep hillside above the White River. In addition to the initial slide, a Valley Regional Fire Authority spokesman says she fell about 20 feet off a vertical ledge.