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  • The Associated Press

"If we get through (Friday), I think we’ll be all right,” says Navajo County sheriff.

  • The Associated Press

Human-caused fire has burned nearly 6.4 square miles since it started Wednesday.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

Boy's condition is not known at this time.

  • The Associated Press

Fire is burning roughly 5 square miles, 10 percent contained.

  • The Associated press

Three unoccupied buildings have burned but no homes have been lost.

  • By Angela Pittenger Arizona Daily Star

Surrounded by members of the Air Force’s Thunderbirds ground crew and a few friends, Brendan Lyons suits up for the “ride of a lifetime” as th…

  • Cathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star

Four-year-old Wyatt Bell died last month in an ATV rollover accident in Benson. 

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

Driver is treated at the scene.

  • A.E. ARAIZA / Arizona Daily Star 2002

The Pima County Legal Services Building (background) at 32 North Stone Ave. is an example of modernist architecture.

  • Arizona Daily Star

The cause of the fire remained under investigation.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Each get $50,000; some to use funds to create wildland fire watchdog group.

  • David Sanders / Arizona Daily Star

Northwest Fire District crew members take a breather along the Marshall Gulch trail as slurry planes drop their loads on the next ridge during…

  • Arizona Daily Star

Several units of the complex were damaged in the two-alarm fire.

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  • By Tom Beal Arizona Daily Star

Prescribed fires above Fort Huachuca's gunnery ranges serve several purposes.

Assistant Chief Laura Baker is a 20-year veteran of TFD.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

No one was injured in the accidental fire, which caused about $10,000 in damage.

  • Arizona Daily Star

It took firefighters 42 minutes to control the blaze.

  • Arizona Daily Star

No one was injured in the blaze early Saturday.

  • Arizona Daily Star

It took 21 firefighters about 16 minutes to control the fire.

  • Arizona Daily Star

The kitten was taken to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona for medical treatment