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  • Arizona Daily Star
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Began Friday and is human caused.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Peña Blanca Lake west of Nogales has been re-opened after being closed last week as crews battled a wildfire nearby.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Larger fire in Mexico has crossed the international boundary.

  • Arizona Daily Star

No structures are threatened.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

State has seen few major fires in last several years.

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Proposal would restore fire to its natural niche in the Rincon and Catalina mountains.

Every year, hundreds of wildfires flare up in our tinder-dry state. But only a handful grow big and powerful enough to threaten lives and prop…

  • Matt York

Caleb Malboeuf

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David Malboeuf

  • Felicia Fonseca The Associated Press

FLAGSTAFF - Two cousins who admitted starting the largest wildfire in Arizona history were sentenced Wednesday to spend a weekend in jail and …

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  • DAVID WALLACE / ARIZONA REPUBLIC

Pieces of an electrical line destroyed by the wildfire hang amid the burned landscape near Crown King. The fire grew to almost 8,200 acres Thursday.

  • The Associated Press The Associated Press

No one gets to Crown King by accident.

  • TOM TINGLE / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC

Smoke rising from the Gladiator Fire is seen from Spring Valley. Officials are working to keep the wildfire away from the historic mining town…

  • The Associated Press The Associated Press

CROWN KING - High winds Wednesday nearly tripled the size of a wildfire in the Prescott National Forest. It was at an estimated 5,400 acres, o…

  • The Associated Press The Associated Press

CROWN KING - High winds Wednesday nearly tripled the size of a wildfire in the Prescott National Forest. It was at an estimated 5,400 acres, o…

  • The Associated Press The Associated Press

CROWN KING - High winds increased the acreage of a Northern Arizona wildfire Tuesday, but also blew flames away from a historic mining town.

  • MARC ALLAN / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Smoke rises from a wildfire in the Tonto National Forest near Payson. On Saturday, the fire had grown to more than three square miles and was …

  • Tom Beal Arizona Daily Star

Southern Arizona's costliest fires of 2011 were both human-caused, and both started in border areas known for drug- and human-smuggling.

  • Arizona Daily Star

A wildfire burning north of the Fort Bowie National Historic Site has grown this afternoon to about 1,700 acres and is 25 percent contained.