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Man accused of starting wildfire in national wildlife preserve near Arizona-California border

Multiple agencies, including the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and federal Bureau of Land Management, responded to the scene to assist firefighting crews.

The Buzz: Invasive plants and wildfire danger

Arizona's increasing risk of wildfire and encroaching invasive plants are putting native plants in peril.

Coronado National Forest launches Cochran Fellowship Program

Cross-border collaborative training in southeastern Arizona

Invasive Plant is Causing Concern in the Sonoran Desert

South African native can flourish in Central and Southern Arizona

Bisbee Main Street fire's cause still unknown

The mayor set to give an update at City Council meeting Tuesday

Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona State University receives $1.9 million for wildfire smoke preparedness

EPA hopes to award over $10 million to nine recipients under new grant program

Two Douglas churches burned in suspected arson case assess the damage and ways forward

Costs for rebuilding the two historic churches has yet to be determined.

Lightning-caused wildfire burning uncontained in northern Arizona

More than 75 firefighters were battling a wildfire in northern Arizona near the Utah line.

Arizona holds 10-year remembrance for 19 firefighters who died in the Yarnell Hill Fire

Only one of the Granite Mountain Hotshots who was serving as a lookout survived the blaze.

Over 1,000 evacuees return to Arizona homes with brush fire now 30% contained

Investigators believe the fire was caused by humans but have not said whether the cause can be determined.

Fire near Ventana Canyon

The fire started in the Catalina Mountains in the early morning hours of Tuesday.

Reeves Fire burns 88 acres east of Tombstone

The fire's cause has yet to be determined

ADEQ, fire departments dispose over 6,000 gallons of firefoam containing PFAS

The collaboration comes from the AFFF Take Back and Replace pilot-program

Judge says fire retardant drops are polluting streams but allows use to continue

The ruling Friday from U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen came after environmentalists sued the government for dropping the red slurry material into waterways hundreds of times over the past decade.

Two Douglas churches catch fire

One church suffered significant damage

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