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

The Flood After the Fire

Timing of monsoon rains can be a mixed blessing on fire-scorched terrain

We are joined by Brooke Gebow, a scientist who studies fires for the Nature Conservancy.

Nature Conservancy Weighs in on Recent Fires

Preserve manager says fireless woodlands aren't necessarily a good thing

Web Feature: After the Fire

Faced with a charred landscape, experts must decide how to heal Arizona's forests—and prevent the megafires of the future

Many mountain communities are determined--and even defiant--in the wake of devastating fire damage.

"Still Here, Still Green"

White Mountains residents pull together, plan economic future in fire's wake

Wildfires Fan Political Flames

Thin Arizona's forests to stop fires, legislators urge, but others say it's not so simple

The fires in Arizona are under control, but the damage has affected more than just people and businesses.

Aiding Wildfire's Wilder Victims

Displaced and injured animals get help from Tucson educational and rescue centers

Barbara Jackson works at "Animal Health Express" in Tucson, a feed and livestock supply store where she's come across many ranchers who have been affected by the recent fires.

A Helping Hand for Ranchers and Livestock

Tucson business owner assists ranchers impacted by Arizona fires

Special Teams Descend On Coronado National Forest To Assess Fire Impact

Fire prevention and forest rehab teams work closely with Coronado officials to assist in post-fire efforts

Replanting The Forest In The Wake of the Fire

“Trees For Arizona” program works with private landowners to re-plant native flora and create defensible space to prevent future fires

Bugs Tell Story of Fire and Stream

Aquatic insects in the Chiricahua Mountains help biologists understand fire's impact

“The Community Will Come Together ... And It Will Get Back”

Homeowners return to Greer to assess fire damage and salvage memories

We speak to the local director of the American Red Cross about the organization's work and demands, particularly during the massive fires in the state as well as other emergencies around the country.

When the Red Cross Needs Help

Multiple wildfires across the state stretch the local American Red Cross to its limits

Web Feature: The Wildfire Women

The all-female Apache 8 crew broke down barriers as it battled fires across the West

Shelter for Fire's Forgotten Victims

As the Monument Fire scorches Southern Arizona, many struggle to save pets, wildlife and livestock

The Myths and Facts Of Fire

Expert says fires are a fact of life in the Southwest and local communities should address that reality

Firefighters conduct night burnout operations to help strengthen the fireline and keep the blace from advancing.

Slideshow: On the Firefighting Frontlines

Containment efforts continue as Wallow Fire races to the New Mexico border

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