I found information on the fires that I mention in this article from Alaska Wildland Fire Information, among other places. I also found information for somethe Card Street Fire and the fire burning near Dot Lake from the Alaska DNR - Division of Forestry Facebook page as well as the Alaska Interagency Management Team Facebook Page
Card Street Fire
direct link to video from KTVA on Youtube
The Card Street Fire started on the afternoon of June 15th, and as burned an estimated 2,000 acres to date. The Card Street Fire is burning near the town of Sterling on the Kenai Pensula about 55 miles southwest of Anchorage, evacuations are in place. I understand that Airtankers dropped on the fire.
- Alaska Wildland Fire Information (June 16th article) -- Card St. Fire
- I first learned about the Card Street Fire from Bill Gabbert's Wildfire Today on June 16th (that he has updated).
- Alaska Dispatch News has a nice article (with photos) on the Card Street Fire by Laurel Andrews, Megan Edge, and Alex DeMarban dated June 16, 2015
- KDVA 11 in Anchorage has a report on the fire (updated June 17th, 11 AM local time)with a video (embedded above), a map, and photos.
Tanana Slough Fire
The Tanana Slough Fire was started by lightning on Sunday June 14, 2015 according to the Alaska Wildland Fire Information report on June 16th. It is near Dot Lake, which is near Tok Alaska. Also see this article from the Alaska Republic. To date this fire has burned approximately 500 acres.
Chisana River 2 Fire
The Chisana River 2 Fire (25 miles west of Beaver Creek, Yukon, Canada) in the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park has burned 8,668 acres.