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Climate Scientist: Leaving Paris Accord Bad for Southwest
The region is already experiencing the effects of global warming, says Valerie Trouet.
A War On Grass
Residents in southern Arizona are fighting an invasive, resilient species that threatens the Sonoran Desert way of life.
Experts: Fewer Trees May Result in Healthier Forests
Scientists say this could increase water supplies for people, help environment in Northern Arizona.
Access to Yarnell Fire Site Starts Tuesday
Today will be the first time media is able to observe the site where 19 Prescott Hotshots were killed while battling the blaze.
Yarnell Fire 100% Contained
U.S. Forest Service said the blaze that killed 19 Prescott firefighters ceased late Wednesday night.
Yarnell Residents Expected to Return Home Monday
Nearly 130 homes, structures were destroyed; 19 firefighters died in the deadly fire.
Nearly 130 Homes, Structures Destroyed in Yarnell Fire
Earlier estimates ranged from 50 to 250, officials obtained better number after getting a closer look at the scene.
Deadly Wildfire Continues Out of Control
Blaze that killed 19 firefighters has 'high' potential for growing beyond its 8,400 acres, officials say.
Wildfire on Mount Lemmon Burns 200 Acres
Blaze possibly caused by lightning Sunday evening continues to grow on site of Aspen Fire of decade ago.
Prescott in Mourning: 19 Firefighters Killed
1,000 jam auditorium for memorial; tears, eulogies, prayers, moment of silence mark Sunday's tragedy.
'Excessive Heat' Warning Remains in Effect in AZ
Temperatures to 116 Sunday, with limited outdoor activity advised; monsoon coming, but not soon enough.
Patagonia Wildfire 75% Contained
Mop-up beginning; flames no longer spreading
Horseshoe 2 Fire, Two Years Later
Chiricahuas blaze scorched 200,000 acres; recovery slow
Ten Years After the Aspen Fire
Mount Lemmon recovering slowly from historic wildfire
Learning From Fire
Interagency institute trains fire managers and analyzes fire behaviors
After The Flames, A Slow Healing
As Arizona forests rebound from recent wildfires, restoration experts plan for future flames.
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