HELENA – East Valley Fire Department Chief Dave Sammons is cautioning people to ensure that any heat lamps for animals are properly secured after a fire completely destroyed a Helena Valley saddle shop.
HELENA – Multiple fire crews are battling a fire at 320 Broadway.
Update 5 p.m.: Firefighters say they have the fire mostly under control, though they still have multiple units at the scene. A woman is being
HELENA – The Helena Fire Department say the cause of the rubbish fire at Pacific Steel & Recycling on Friday December 14 is still undetermined, but officials do not suspect any wrongdoing.
MISSOULA – Local fire officials are offering up some safety advice after seeing a recent surge of motorhome and RV fires.
MISSOULA – There are over 1,000 home structure fires that involve decorations, candles and Christmas trees every year.
BIG SKY – A crew of Big Sky firefighters returned from Simi Valley, California last week after helping battle the recent wildfires in the Golden State.
MISSOULA – Additional Montana fire crews are helping out in any way they can with the devastating California wildfires.
CHICO, Calif. – Days after his boss generated controversy for suggesting poor forest management is to blame for California’s latest wildfires, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is pledging President Trump’s “full support” to help the torched state recover.
MISSOULA – More than 20 fire engines and over 100 Montana firefighters are stepping up to help combat the fires that are devastating California.
PHILIPSBURG – We’ve spent lots of news time the past two summers showing you the work of fire crews battling forest fires but as it turns out, that is only the first part of the rehab work that needs to be done after a fire.
ROUNDUP- Smoke billowed from a hillside just south of Roundup on Tuesday as fire ate away at underbrush and occasionally enveloped a larger tree, but there was no panic or sirens. This was a planned fire, years in the making.
HELENA – This week marks the first week Helena’s nine newest firefighters begin their new shifts.
HELENA – Helena firefighters have raised about $13,000 for a good cause through their annual “Fill the Boot” fundraiser. The Helena Firefighters IAFF Local 448
Recent snowfall has helped put out Montana wildfires still burning, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Fall rain and snow doesn’t completely bail us out of fire season.