RICHLAND, Wash. - Wildfire season is well underway, and local firefighter recruits are preparing our area by fighting fire - with fire.
UPDATE: Firefighters are back at a home on South Dayton Street where they were putting out a kitchen fire hours earlier. The home now appears to be a total loss.
Yakima police have arrested a 31-year-old man suspected of starting a fire Thursday afternoon in a Yakima apartment complex.
The Benton County Sheriff's Office are looking for a group of teenagers who allegedly lit bushes on fire.
In the past two weeks, multiple fires have popped up across Benton and Franklin counties. Many have only burned less than half an acre, but it's an indicator of wildfire season heading our way.
A neighbor in Pasco has created a GoFundMe for the family who tragically lost their home to a fire.
PASCO, Wash. -- Three people were taken to a hospital for minor burns and smoke inhalation after their house caught fire Monday afternoon on Riverhawk Lane near Three Rivers Drive.
Umatilla police say a married couple died in a house that caught fire on Sunday.
Selah firefighters battled a house fire Sunday afternoon that destroyed a home.
Toppenish Fire officials are looking into a suspicious warehouse fire near US-97 and State Route 22.
Neighbors on a Kennewick street jumped into action on Sunday morning to put out a shed fire.
The City of Hermiston has launched a criminal investigation into what sparked the fire that destroyed half of a beloved playground. Crews responded to reports of a large fire at Funland Park around 2:45 a.m. on Friday morning. Thanks to…
A fire caused significant damage to the playground at Hermiston's Funland park.
It's a sign that another flame-and-smoke-filled wildfire season is upon us.
Firefighters do a lot more than just fight fires. The ones in Pasco can help contain oil spills.
The cause of the two fires that destroyed a home in Kennewick last week has been ruled undetermined. Last Monday, an elderly woman and her friend were forced to evacuate a house on S. Dayton St. after their smoke alarms…
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Most of the country can expect a normal wildfire season but residents along the West Coast of the United States should be ready for another busy season, the National Interagency Fire Center said Wednesday.