Carpenter 1 fire

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Carpenter 1 Fire Anniversary

Blaze that destroyed thousands of acres started July 1, 2013


Public information officer James Stone (L) goes over a briefing map for the Carpenter 1 fire with newspaper reporter Colton Lochhead at the incident command post at Centennial High School on July 10, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Mulch For Mt. Charleston

The straw drop is to prevent storm runoff in the fire zone areas.


Karen and her wares.

Bandannas Are “Thanks” To Fire Crew

KXNT traffice reporter thanks crews with home-made bandannasKXNT


Resort on Mt. Charleston courtesy KXNT/Smith

Mountain Businesses Set To Reopen

The Carpenter 1 fire is all but over and the people affected are ready to turn the page.


Kyle Canyon--courtesy Karen Fidel

What Fire Returnees Found

Kyle Canyon evacuees began returning on Wednesday


Credit: KAREN BLEIER/Getty Images

Vegas-Area Mountain Fire Seen As Threat To Species

An expert on rare butterflies in the mountains northwest of Las Vegas says a wildfire burning since July 1 on Mount Charleston could lead to extinction for several animal species found nowhere else on Earth.

NewsRadio 100.5 KXNT–07/14/2013

Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Habitat Rehab Begins In Wildfire Area

Firefighters working in rainstorms to contain a massive wildfire in the mountains northwest of Las Vegas are being joined by crews taking the first steps toward restoring damaged plant and animal habitat.

NewsRadio 100.5 KXNT–07/13/2013