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A McDonalds lies in ruins across from the beach and Highway 90 August 30, 2005 in Biloxi, Mississippi.
A McDonalds lies in ruins across from the beach and Highway 90 August 30, 2005 in Biloxi, Mississippi. (Barry Williams/Getty Images)
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Obama says New Orleans is ‘moving forward’ after hurricane

President Barack Obama is marking 10 years since Hurricane Katrina by celebrating the revival of New Orleans, which suffered the worst of the ferocious storm's devastation, while again warning all levels of government to start helping communities prepare for the stronger hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires that climate change will bring.

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Flames and smoke rise on a ridge line above a ranch on Twisp River Road in Twisp, Wash.
Flames and smoke rise on a ridge line above a ranch on Twisp River Road in Twisp, Wash. . (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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3 firefighters die in wildfire after vehicle crashes

TWISP, Wash. (AP) -- Three U.S. Forest Service firefighters died after their vehicle crashed and was likely caught by flames as they battled a blaze Wednesday in Washington state, authorities said. Four other firefighters were injured.

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Melanie Brashler, of Stevens County Fire District 5, works with in a two-person crew with her husband Larry to fight a flare-up of a massive wildfire in the hills near Addy, Wash.
Melanie Brashler, of Stevens County Fire District 5, works with in a two-person crew with her husband Larry to fight a flare-up of a massive wildfire in the hills near Addy, Wash. (Tyler Tjomsland/The Spokesman-Review, via AP)
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Western wildfires – Wind, heat, dry land fueling large blazes

Sunday ushered in calmer weather across the West, aiding firefighters who worked to contain flames fed by drought conditions and whipped up by wind and heat.

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APTOPIX California Wildfires
The charred remains of a property is shown near Clearlake, Calif., Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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Some evacuees from huge California wildfire return to ruins

About 800 of the thousands who fled a fierce Northern California wildfire were allowed to return home, but for some, the relief quickly turned to grief when they found only remnants of the places they left

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Emergency crews respond after a pickup truck crashed into the collapse of an elevated section of Interstate 10 in Desert Center, Calif .
Emergency crews respond after a pickup truck crashed into the collapse of an elevated section of Interstate 10 in Desert Center, Calif . (Chief Geoff Pemberton/CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire via AP)
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California I-10 bridge collapse could cause long term travel woes

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- All traffic along a major freeway connecting California and Arizona was blocked indefinitely when a bridge over a desert wash collapsed during heavy rain, and the roadway in the opposite direction suffered severe damage, authorities said.

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Smoke rises from vehicles as a fast-moving wildfire swept across a freeway near Hesperia, Calif.
Smoke rises from vehicles as a fast-moving wildfire swept across a freeway near Hesperia, Calif. (NBC4 via AP)
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Terror on Interstate 15 as people abandon cars, flee fire

A raging wildfire in California's winding, mountainous Cajon Pass 55 miles northeast of Los Angeles has spread across 3,500 acres after engulfing part of Interstate 15, destroying 20 cars and a few structures.

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Wildfire Outlook US
FILE - In this June 13, 2013 file photo, a volunteer firefighter helps contain a spot fire, in the Black Forest wildfire area, north of Colorado Springs, Colo. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, file)
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Wet spring reduces wildfire risk this month in most of US

An unusually wet May has reduced the likelihood of wildfires this month across much of the nation, but the danger will increase from July through September, a national outlook says.

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