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GALLERY: Wildfires rage across the West

In this Monday, Aug. 12, 2013 photo, a firefighter with the Idaho City Hotshots looks for spot fires during a back burn along the Pine-Featherville Road while battling the more than 90,000-acre Elk Fire Complex near Pine, Idaho. Fire crews in central Idaho capitalized on favorable winds Tuesday to continue burnout operations around a small mountain community, seeking to push a wildfire toward an area torched by a massive blaze last year. (AP Photo/The Times-News, Ashley Smith)

The Associated Press
Aug 26 2013 - 5:05pm

Fires across the western United States are threatening communities, burning up the federal fire fighting reserves.

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GALLERY: Wildfires burn thousands of acres in Idaho

Aspen trees catch fire during a back burn near Pine, Idaho set by firefighters fighting the Elk fire Wednesday Aug. 14, 2013. The Elk fire has burned 111,977 acres and was 10% contained as of 8am. (AP Photo/Idaho Statesman, Kyle Green)

The Associated Press
Aug 15 2013 - 12:30pm

Idaho wildfiers burn thousands of acres.

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GALLERY: Pit bulls removed from Idaho home

A compound filled with approximately 64 pitbull dogs, male, female, young and old were kept near starvaton and used for fighting at the home of Brent L. Christensen. Christensen, 62, his son Trent Jon Christensen, 32, and the son’s girlfriend Yavette Chivon Carter, 27, were found killed Friday afternoon inside the house on their remote ranch one mile west of Holbrook in western Oneida County. Pocatello Animal Control, Oneida County Animal Control, Humane Society and other volunteers helped to identify, tag and transport the animals to Boise. (Doug Lindley/Idaho State Journal)

Contributed, Idaho State Journal
Apr 8 2013 - 5:11pm

A compound filled with approximately 64 pitbull dogs, male, female, young and old were kept near starvaton and used for fighting at the home of Brent L. Christensen. Christensen, 62, his son Trent Jon Christensen, 32, and the son’s girlfriend Yavette Chivon Carter, 27, were found killed Friday afternoon inside the house on their remote ranch one mile west of Holbrook in western Oneida County. Pocatello Animal Control, Oneida County Animal Control, Humane Society and other volunteers helped to identify, tag and transport the animals to Boise.

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