Town of Sanford evacuates as new fire emerges


Dangerous conditions expected to persist until Sunday night


Law firms lining up, pointing at downed power line


What fire “containment” really means


Identities of two killed in wildfires released


No fire growth on Friday due to favorable conditions


Abbott describes “utter devastation” in Texas Panhandle

Texas Governor Greg Abbott, center, speaks at a press conference with Nim Kidd chief of the Texas Division of Emergency Management, left, and Hutchinson County Judge Cindy Irwin, right, Friday, March. 1, 2024, in Borger, Texas.


Panhandle residents urged to “remain vigilant” as windy, fire prone conditions expected this weekend


Wildfires threaten Texas’ agriculture economy


Officials mount relief efforts, continue urging preparation and prevention

Texans still don’t know the extent of damage


Record winter heat, dry air helped drive Panhandle fire risk

Smoke hangs in the Canadian River Valley south of Stinnett, Texas after multiple days of wild fires Friday, March. 1, 2024.

This article was written by  KATE MCGEEJAYME LOZANO CARVER AND MADALEINE RUBIN of The Texas Tribune . This article originally appeared at :