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Oklahoma wildfires kill hundreds of cattle, blacken pastures

(Reuters) - Wind-driven wildfires that began in mid-April, fueled by severe drought, have killed hundreds of cattle and destroyed more than 300,000 acres in Oklahoma, authorities said on Monday.
Reuters - Published

Rainfall helps shrink largest western Oklahoma wildfires

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Forestry Services says widespread rainfall that soaked portions of western Oklahoma has helped firefighters contain two major wildfires that have charred about 549..
Seattle Times - Published

Rainfall aiding containment of 2 largest Oklahoma wildfires

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Rainfall is aiding firefighters’ efforts to contain two major wildfires in Oklahoma that have charred 550 square miles (1,424 sq. kilometers). Forestry officials reported..
Seattle Times - Published

Heat, wind, low humidity fuel Oklahoma wildfires

The National Weather Service says high temperatures, low humidity and heavy winds have brought Oklahoma's wildfire threat level to its highest point in a decade. Fires have burned hundreds of thousands.. - Published

The Latest: Oklahoma wildfires kill 2, threat increasing

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Latest on wildfires in Oklahoma (all times local):2:05 p.m.Firefighters battling wildfires in western Oklahoma that have killed two people are preparing for what the National..
New Zealand Herald - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.comSeattle Times

Raw: Wildfires burning in northwestern Oklahoma

Wildfires are reported in a number of areas of northwestern Oklahoma, including Dewey, Logan and Woodward Counties. Oklahoma Forestry Services officials were already warning of an extreme fire danger.. - Published

Oklahoma wildfires kill thousands of pigs at Smithfield, Seaboard farms

UL] hog farm in Laverne, Oklahoma, killing at least several thousand pigs, company and local officials said on Friday.
DNA - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

Thousands of pigs die in Oklahoma wildfires at Smithfield Foods hog farm

(Reuters) - Wildfires devastated a Smithfield Foods Inc [SFII.UL] hog farm in Laverne, Oklahoma, killing an uncertain but potentially huge number of pigs, company and local officials said on Friday.
Reuters - Published

Oklahoma Wildfires Burn 70,000 Acres - Reports of 200 Herd of Cattle, Many Homes Lost and Mass Destruction in its Trail of Fury

Multiple wildfires in northwest Oklahoma are prompting evacuations of multiple towns, authorities say the damage is mounting to unproportional measures unlike they've ever seen.Tennessee Wholesale..
PRWeb - Published

Crews fight fires in Colorado, Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma

Wildfires burning in Colorado, Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma have forced evacuations and destroyed several buildings. - Published

Oklahoma wildfires bring evacuations; no reports of injuries

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — About 100 residents were allowed to return to their homes Friday after a wildfire burned in Oklahoma. Several wildfires are burning in the state, including one in northeast..
Seattle Times - Published

Dramatic Escape From Oklahoma Wildfires Captured on Video

A storm-chasing couple rescued an Oklahoma man from the flames just in time. - Published

AP Top Stories April 6 A

Here's the latest for Wednesday, April 6th: Cruz and Sanders win Wisconsin Presidential Primaries; Oklahoma wildfires prompt evacuations; UConn wins NCAA women's basketball championship. - Published

Oklahoma wildfires threaten homes; smoke risky for drivers

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Grass fires pushed along by 35 mph wind gusts forced an elementary school to keep some children after hours Tuesday as wildfires threatened Oklahoma ahead of its annual tornado.. - Published Also reported by •MyNorthwest.comABCNews.comSeattle Times

Raw: Oklahoma Wildfires Threaten Homes

Grass fires pushed along by 35 mph wind gusts forced an elementary school to keep some of its children after hours as a wildfire risk threatened Oklahoma ahead of its annual tornado season. (Feb. 9) - Published

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