More than 1,000 square miles has been consumed in a series of fires.
Governor Sam Brownback says he’s impressed with the massive effort to fight Kansas’ wildfires and keep residents safe.
Rossella Mclain left her house with nothing but the clothes on her back.
For many in the Highlands neighborhood of Hutchinson, Wednesday morning was their first chance to see the damage.
Ranchers in Clark County are still learning how much they’ve lost in cattle.
More than 502,000 acres have burned in Clark County and Comanche County making it the most widespread fire on record.
The United Way of the Plains loaded up a truckload of donated items Wednesday at a Wichita Sam’s Club.
Six homes in Lane County were lost during a wildfire on Monday.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment encourages farmers and ranchers who have lost livestock in the ongoing wildfires .
So far, officials said eight homes were destroyed, and several others were damaged. The evacuation area is now smaller.
Video shows the wildfire fight from inside a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter on Tuesday.
New estimates indicate Kansas wildfires have burned more than 1,000 square miles, up from 625 square miles.
KHP trooper on wildfire: “This ranks up there as one of the most steering-wheel-gripping moments I’ve had.”
Kansas wildfires have burned about 1,025 square miles of land and killed one person.
Hutchinson residents are coming together in support of the first responders.