The cause of the fire remained under investigation.
Highlights from the weekly Associated Press photo report.
Blazes on Arizona-New Mexico border being managed to restore grasslands.
Neighbors started calling 911 shortly after midnight Monday.
Northwest Fire District crew members take a breather along the Marshall Gulch trail as slurry planes drop their loads on the next ridge during the Aspen Fire in June, 2003.
Hikers Ben Kirkby (l) and Kate Gardiner (r) make their way up the first stretch of the Aspen Draw trail on Mt. Lemmon in August, 1999. Chris Richards / Arizona Daily Star
It was not known when the restaurant would open for business.
Recent rains are lessening fire danger but grasslands dry out quickly.
Fire crews will remain overnight to fully extinguish the fire, authorities said.
No one was injured, damage unknown, authorities said.
Two adults, five children and a dog displaced, Red Cross says.
No one was home at the time.
Two small animals were saved. One did not make it.
The rider was taken by helicopter to University of Arizona Medical Center.
No one was injured in the accidental fire, which caused about $10,000 in damage.
A blaze that engulfed a midtown mobile home displaced three residents.
The fire was caused by a heater malfunction.
The small gain (two) signals stability in the Mount Graham population.
There were sparks and a fire after the transformer blew out.
It took firefighters 42 minutes to control the blaze.