The land is slowly healing from its scars. And yet, the devastation still haunts those who call the Panhandle home.
The wildfires that destroyed more than 1.2 million acres in the panhandle earlier this year are likely to be the costliest in ...
Grass fires are typically less intense and shorter-lived than forest fires, but can spread exponentially faster, outrun ...
Brad Wilson, chief of the Marathon Fire Department ... this week also left more than 600,000 customers of Oncor, Texas' largest electrical provider, without power. As of Thursday afternoon ...
Five of the largest wildfires in Texas history collectively burned nearly 2.6 million acres since 2006, according to data from Texas A&M Forest Service. This includes this year’s Smokehouse ...
In late February, the Smokehouse Creek Fire in Hutchinson County in the northern part of the panhandle burned more than one million acres, the largest ... planning, Texas does little to regulate ...
Grass is more plentiful here than in other regions in the US, offering more continuous fuel for fires to feed off. The region is seeing more megafires like Texas’s largest fire, the Smokehouse ...
LUBBOCK — Spring rains have revived much of the green grass covering stretches of plains in the Texas Panhandle — the same land that, just three months ago, was black from fire and ash after ...
(The Center Square) – The wildfires that destroyed more than 1.2 million acres in the panhandle earlier this year are likely to be the costliest in state history. A state investigation ...