Smoke from fire near Phoenix airport visible for miles.
Firefighters prevented blazed from spreading to living quarters.
A woman and her dog were able to escape a fire Thursday morning after the resident was awakened by popping noises and found her midtown house in flames, a fire official said.
Five people and two dogs were displaced Sunday night after a fire damaged their south-side home.
Crews from Northwest and Golder Ranch fire found a smoldering mattress inside a home while responding to a fire alarm Sunday morning near Tangerine Road and Camino de Oeste.
A candle caused a fire that damaged a midtown home and displaced one person late Saturday night.
PHOENIX — State lawmakers took the first steps Tuesday to immunize the Land Department from mistakes and negligence that result in forest fires — even if that means destroyed homes and dead firefighters.
Crews from Tucson Fire Department battled a two alarm fire that destroyed a two-story building in midtown Tucson Saturday night.
Two mobile homes were destroyed in a fire just before midnight Wednesday northwest of Tucson, officials say.
A man received minor burns after trying to put out a fire at his east-side apartment with a garden hose early Monday morning.
Eighteen people were displaced after a fire damaged a fourplex apartment building Sunday morning on Tucson's northside.
A stove burner turned on by a dog started an apartment fire Tuesday morning.
A man received a minor burn while trying to escape from his midtown apartment with a child when a fire broke out Sunday morning.
A fire heavily damaged the attic of a church north of downtown early Sunday morning.
A fire destroyed an east-side Tucson home Tuesday morning.
A fire destroyed a house and burned five vehicles Tuesday afternoon on the city’s northeast side.
Two dogs were killed in a house fire on Tucson's east side Sunday afternoon.
An early morning fire damaged the exterior of the Greater Littletown Food Bank.
A new run has been established to honor the 19 firefighters killed in the Yarnell Fire as well as the emergency personnel who lost their lives on 9/11.
Firefighters and others in Prescott have showed a resolve toward rebuilding an elite firefighting team that lost 19 of its members in a wildfire in late June near Yarnell.