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An aerial tanker over ther Gladiator Fire in northern Arizona begins dropping its fire retardant.

House OKs Speedy Aerial Tanker Buy

Waiting period waived for Forest Service purchase of new fire-fighting planes

AZ Fires Wane, Recovery Activity Kicks In

Burned Area Emergency Response teams begin work in 2 areas

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Roadwork to Cause Delays This Week

Workers will remove burned trees near Nogales

Experts: Climate Change Makes Big Wildfires Inevitable

Massive expansion needed in treatment and restoration plans

UPDATED: 4 AZ Wildfires Surpass 22,000 Acres

More than 1,200 firefighters on the lines; state restrictions in effect

Border Wildfire 75% Contained, at 9,000 Acres

Burning near Parker Canyon Lake; no structures threatened

Border Wildfire Burns 1,200 Acres

Parker Canyon Lake in its path; campground evacuated

Fire Restrictions Imposed on State Lands

3.5 million acres in southeastern AZ at high risk from wildfire

Luis CarriĆ³n has an update on the aftermath of the recent rains and Fires.

Coronado Forest Fire Danger Labeled High

Easter weekend camping and picnic excursions should be aware of risks

Wildfire Danger Soars; Small Blazes Break Out

Grassland near Sasabe burns 40 acres; smoke drifts toward Tucson

(Left) Liza Watts, Director of the Services for Armed Forces and (Right) Richard White, Executive Dir., American Red Cross, S. AZ Chapter discuss some of the programs and needs which the group is facing.

Red Cross Needs to Grow in Holiday Season

Non-profit organization needs extra assistance to assist others

After The Flames, A Slow Healing

As Arizona forests rebound from recent wildfires, restoration experts plan for future flames.

Chiricahua Mountains: Rebounding From The Fire

New grass and flowers blooming amidst devastation of Horseshoe Two Fire

Stopping Floods in Monument, Horseshoe 2 Fires Aftermath

Forest Service sees lengthy recovery ahead for quarter-million scorched acres

'Fire is Inevitable' to Keep Arizona Wild, Forestry Expert Says

Wildlands need fire, but strategic restoration promises to minimize its danger

Federal Charges Filed Against Two Accused Of Starting Wallow Fire

Indictment claims the men left a campfire unattended, leading 538,000 acres to burn

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