The victim of the accident has not yet been identified.
Long before a grass fire breaks out, crews train on how to control them, learning about fire science.
The American Red Cross has opened three shelters for families affected by the wildfires.
Damage has been reported to approximately 30 structures and bridges in Clark County.
A series of weekend tweets by the president focused public attention on intelligence collection efforts long shrouded in secrecy.
Currently, there are over 230 responders helping with the fire from 116 agencies.
After a four-decade career, including nearly 24 years at KSN, Dave Freeman has announced his plans to retire in May.
Firefighters in Lane and Ness County battled fires in those two counties Monday.
“The number one causes right now are just people throwing out cigarette buds while their driving along the road side,” said Lt. Jose Ocadiz.
The letter was sent a few hours after North Korea fired four banned ballistic missiles.
House Republicans have released their long-awaited bill dismantling much of former President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
Troopers said I-70 in both directions is back open and most of the fire is contained. Wilson residents were allowed to return home.
Two Wichita high school seniors have won the 2017-18 Professor Fran Jabara Scholarship in Entrepreneurship at Wichita State University.
Forty-two-year-old Janetta Marie Buttery of Bennington was ordered Monday was sentenced to a year and four months in federal prison.
Several Clark County residents are being forced to evacuate due to wildfires in the area.