FILE - In this May 2008 file photo showing San Jose Mercury News photographer Gary Reyes photographing a wildfire in the Santa Cruz Mountains in Santa Cruz County, Calif. Colorado has some of the tightest restrictions on news media coverage of wildfires, keeping reporters miles away from burn areas and erecting barriers to access to officials in the know and as well as victims. California, by contrast, allows media reporting on active wildfires inside the wildfire zones, at reporters' own risk. (AP Photo/Paul /Sakuma,File)

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FILE - In this May 2008 file photo showing San Jose Mercury News photographer Gary Reyes photographing a wildfire in the Santa Cruz Mountains in Santa Cruz County, Calif. Colorado has some of the tightest restrictions on news media coverage of wildfires, keeping reporters miles away from burn areas and erecting barriers to access to officials in the know and as well as victims. California, by contrast, allows media reporting on active wildfires inside the wildfire zones, at reporters' own risk. (AP Photo/Paul /Sakuma,File)
FILE - In this May 2008 file photo showing San Jose Mercury News photographer Gary Reyes photographing a wildfire in the Santa Cruz Mountains in Santa Cruz County, Calif. Colorado has some of the tightest restrictions on news media coverage of wildfires, keeping reporters miles away from burn areas and erecting barriers to access to officials in the know and as well as victims. California, by contrast, allows media reporting on active wildfires inside the wildfire zones, at reporters' own risk. (AP Photo/Paul /Sakuma,File)
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