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Wildfire Grows to 40,000 Acres, Burns into Cochise County
Sawmill Fire continues out of control, but diminished winds bring some relief.
Fire Officials Warn of Dangers With 4th of July Celebration
Many holiday festivities could spark urban and wild fires if residents are not careful.
Fire Season Off To Slow Start, But Heat Could Cause Pickup
Upcoming heat wave will provide the fuels needed for more wildfires, and monsoons could provide the spark to get them going.
Personal Drones Can Endanger Wildfire Fighting Efforts
Use of personal unmanned aerial vehicles near a fire grounds aerial firefighting efforts
Forest Officials: Too Many Unattended Campfires
Crews in Coronado Forest's Catalina District say this is peak fire season.
2016 Forecast: Another Dangerous Year for Wildfires
Rainy 2015, lack of fire in recent years make conditions severe this fire season.
Minimal El Niño Rains Create Prime Conditions for Wildfire
Dry vegetation and blowing winds increase risk for hazardous dust storms.
Southern Arizona Gets First Hotshot Wildfire Crew
Fort Huachuca-based crew will be the only one in the state south of Phoenix
Sunday Storms Slow Two Tucson Area Wildfires
Blazes burning in Catalinas, Santa Ritas lose speed after recent monsoon downpour.
Southwest Ranchers Find Benefits in Wildfire
Burnings helps groups fight back shrubs and bushes on grasslands where livestock feed
Wildfire Managers Turn Focus to Prevention
After years of record-breaking conflagrations, calmer season brings a break.
Arizona Fire Season Looks Bad, But Not Worst in West
El Niño weather makes Pacific Northwest and California more susceptible to fire.
Southern Arizona Fire Season Could Be Short But Severe
Spring storm systems are delaying start, but dry fuels are still abundant
Lookouts at Forefront of Fire Spotting
Mac Tippins will spend 4-5 months on duty in Mt. Lemmon's Lemmon Rock Lookout.
As Fire Season Approaches, Yarnell Tragedy Examined
"For all of the sort of graphic and horrible qualities of the fire that made it so compelling to the general public, I don't think it taught the fire community anything," argues Stephen Pyne, fire historian at ASU.
FEMA Rejects AZ Appeal for Fed Assistance in Yarnell
'A declaration was reasonable, justified for nation's deadliest fire in 80 years,' Gov. Brewer says.
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