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UPDATE: Southern Idaho Fire Update
General area of the Meadow Creek Fire
UPDATED INFORMATION HIGHLIGHTED:
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) Firefighters continue to battle several blazes across southern Idaho as temperatures ease up a few degrees. According to the Bureau of Land Management, crews are fighting the latest blaze east of the Black …
UPDATE: Crews Working to Contain Fire West of Oakley
UPDATE: Fire crews have been able to contain 80% of the fire as of Sunday morning. There are about 83 people working on the blaze that sparked ahead of the weekend. Officials say the fire grew little in the last several days. At this time it has burned roughly 300 acres.
UPDATE: Fire Crews Working on Blaze South of Kimberly
UPDATE: The fire burning south of Kimberly is now contained and expected to be fully controlled by this afternoon. The fire is only smoldering at this point according to BLM officials. Meanwhile crews quickly responded to a fire near Vineyard Lake west of the
Garden of Eden truck stop. A single engin…
UPDATE: Firefighters Battle Blaze Near Idaho/Utah Border
UPDATE: Interstate 84 reopened Tuesday after 5 p.m., and as of 9 p.m. the fire had burned roughly 3,000 acres.
IDAHO/UTAH BORDER (KLIX) – Fire crews are battling a tough blaze near the Idaho/Utah border. Nine engines and crew are fighting to contain and get the blaze under control. No structure…
Semi Fire Hinders Traffic West of Burley
FROM IDAHO STATE POLICE: The fire is out and traffic is flowing in the left lane, however, there is still significant delays and backup.  More information will be relayed as it becomes available.
 
At this time, the Idaho State Police, Minidoka County Sheriff, and West End Fire Department ar…
Twin Falls Firefighters Save Home from Morning Fire
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) The Twin Falls Fire Department saved a home and minimized damaged this morning. In a Facebook post, the Twin Falls Fire Department says it responded to a home on fire in the rural fire district just after 9 a.m. Fire crews put out the fire in five minutes and were able to co…

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