Rick McClure shared some photos and video of firefighters battling a wildfire that forced the shutdown of a section of Interstate 5 in California.
Firefighting crews in southern Spain are looking at the sky for much-needed rainfall that they hope can help extinguish a major wildfire.
Soldiers are being deployed in southeastern Spain to join the battle against a major wildfire that is burning for a fourth day.
Thunderstorms that dropped light rain gave some breathing room to crews struggling to quench California's massive wildfires but lightning sparked several new fires in the drought-stricken north.
A worsening wildfire that kept advancing through forest land and prompted the evacuation of nearly 1,000 residents has claimed the life of one firefighter.
In mid-summer, fires were burning on both sides of the Methow River. Air quality was bad enough to make national news.
Wildfires suspected to be arson have burned nearly 1,000 hectares (2,500 acres) of forest in northwestern Spain over two days, although rainfall was expected to give a respite to firefighting teams.