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Smoke detectors installed by Golder Ranch recalled
The district says it's contacting members about certain defective, battery-operated alarms.
First Responders warn of the dangers of fireworks
Children are most at-risk for fireworks related injuries
Smoke from US wildfires boosting health risk for millions
Another summer of fires in the West is expected to impact millions and increase premature deaths.
Hundreds of firefighters assigned to Arizona wildfire
Managers reported zero containment and hoped to keep it away from Gold Canyon and Superior.
Fire danger high in southeast Arizona this weekend
The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather watch.
US Attempt to Improve Wildland Firefighter Shelters Fails
The effort to create an improved shelter to repel heat followed the deaths of 19 firefighters in Arizona in 2013.
Heat Waves, Fires Affect Mexico City’s Air Quality
The air quality in cities like the capital are getting worse due to fires in the southern part of the country.
Fire Managers Setting Prescribed Burns This Week
National Park Service to ignite 500-plus acres east of Tucson.
Tucson Fire, UA Work to Reduce Firefighter Exposure to Cancer
The department partnered with the UA College of Public Health to improve firefighters' protective gear.
Forecast: More Fire Danger, Later Monsoon
While rains are expected later than usual, monsoon is always hard to predict.
Fire Danger Warnings Cover Much of Southern Half of Arizona
Tucson and Phoenix are included in the "red flag" warning areas.
Tucson Temps Break 90 Degrees
The temperatures in Tucson will continue to rise Tuesday, as April opens the door to fire season.
Tree-Ring Research Reveals Broken Connection Between Weather and Wildfires
UA professor Valerie Trouet co-authored a study showing jet stream moisture no longer predicts California wildfire severity.
Flowers and Fire: Rain a Double-Edged Sword in the Desert
While moisture can mean impressive wildflower blooms, recent rains are fueling invasive species that feed wildfires.
'Tucson Delivers' New Fire Station
A 53-year-old building will be replaced using funds raised through a sales tax hike.
Agencies Rush to Get Ready for Wildfire Season Following Shutdown
Things like trainings, prescribed burns and hiring had to be put off during the partial government shutdown.
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