Firefighters in Tucson are keeping cool for charity with a new project.
Three people were injured — one seriously — in a head-on crash in the intersection of West Cortaro Farms and North Thornydale Road on Monday.
The Ironwood Hotshots crew will be disbanded after this year's wildfire season, Northwest Fire District confirmed today.
Robert Murdock adjusts his fire helmet after losing it in the microphone cord of Fireman Bill Scott, aka The Singing Fireman. Robert was on stage with others to help sing a song explaining how to "stop, drop and roll." The fire message was part of Northwest Fire District's 18th annual Burn B…
A well-shined hub on a Rural/Metro paramedic engine, which was on display, reflects visitors to Burn Buster Blast. Vehicles on exhibit ranged from ladder trucks to law enforcement motorcycles.
No one was arguing with this guy, a tiger rattlesnake rescued from a Foothills golf course. The snake was on display at D&M's Reptile Rescue table.
Two-year-old Ian McMillan climbs the steps on Northwest Fire's technical rescue truck.
Adrian Salgado, 6, gets some tips on how to escape from a smoke-filled structure via a window as he takes a turn through the Pima Fire Safety Trailer at last Saturday's Burn Buster Blast.
Warren Cooper calls the proposed parking rules an overreaction. Street parking would be barred in cul-de-sacs, such as one where he's standing in the Agua Dulce neighborhood.
Some Agua Dulce neighborhood residents are upset about parking restrictions being considered by the area's homeowners association board of directors.
Firefighter Oscar Durazo, front, carries a donated gift to the firetruck during Northwest Fire Department's "Stuff The Truck" drive at the Buckelew Tree lot. Saturday's toy and food drive was on the southwest corner of West Ina Road and North La Cholla Boulevard.
Three-year-old Connor Durazo gets a holiday gift - a free hug from Santa.
Kai Nelson, 7, left, mimics high-pressure water flowing from the fire hose held by Conner Hoffman, 8. The two were getting a close-up look at a firetruck.
Burned by a 20 percent plunge in revenue over the last three years and a projected budget deficit of $370,000 in fiscal year 2014, Picture Rocks Fire District management is looking for a way to keep services going and paychecks flowing.
Chris Farmer, left, receives help changing his tank from Chris Cover.
Picture Rocks Fire District firefighters Chris Farmer, left, and Chris Cover prepare to answer a call of a house fire.
The firemen arrive at this Picture Rocks home.