Dozens of wildfires that have burned an estimated 190 square miles across the Southeast have thrown a shroud of smoke over the region.
Firefighters talked to News 2 about what they are doing to combat wildfires.
News 2’s Chief Meteorologist Danielle Breezy went up in a plane Thursday morning to get a sky-high look at the fires and smoke.
Why are we now seeing less, and what can we expect the rest of the week?
Poor air quality and reduced visibility due to wildfires is expected to continue in through at least Thursday in Tennessee.
About 3/4 of an acre were burned in a brush fire in Nashville Tuesday afternoon.
The severe drought conditions are impacting everyone across the southeast. Some of the most impacted, though, are the nurseries in Warren Co…
The dry land has also complicated things because debris is catching fire, making it harder to contain the biggest blazes.
Thousands of gallons of water have already been dropped, especially in areas where there could be potential damage to homes.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is asking sportsmen to follow burn bans throughout the state as concerns about accidental fires due …
The local crews left Brentwood on Sunday and are expected to be gone for up to a week.
The alert means active, older adults and children, as well as people with respiratory diseases such as asthma, should limit their time outsi…
Police say a man arrested for arson in eastern Kentucky confessed to setting a fire to draw attention to his Facebook page.
The warning is from Midnight until 8 a.m. Sunday.
There doesn’t look to be much relief, as far as Mother’s Nature is concerned, with no rain in the forecast.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is asking sportsmen to follow the burn bans issued in specific counties across the state.
Tens of thousands of acres have burned, about a dozen of the largest fires remain uncontained and many people to evacuate their homes ahead …
Drought conditions in Middle Tennessee appear to be getting worse.
La Nina has arrived and could hang around through winter, government weather forecasters said Thursday.
Early indicators point to a milder than average winter across Middle Tennessee, according to News 2 meteorologist Davis Nolan.