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Firefighting crews and equipment is on the way to help fight the blaze first spotted Thursday afternoon, Coronado Forest Service officials said Friday morning.
Beginning Sunday afternoon at the base of the Baboquivari Mountains, the Gallineta Fire burned 1,601 acres before having its forward progress stopped overnight, officials said.
Resources are being freed up from a wildfire burning north of ÃÛèÖÖ±²¥ as it reaches 75% containment.Â
Firefighters battling two blazes collectively called the Adams Robles Complex Fire made significant strides.Â
Bowl Creek Fire threatens several small communities north of ÃÛèÖÖ±²¥ as it burns near state routes 79 and 77, northwest of Oracle Junction, officials say.
A storm Friday night helped stop forward progress on a pair of fires near Dragoon but it also sparked four new starts, officials say.Â
A lightning caused wildfire on the northeast side of the Santa Catalina mountains is 40% contained. Officials say the fire is no longer progressing forward.
Hundreds of firefighters are working to contain what could become a horrific natural disaster. Veuerâ€™s Tony Spitz has the details.
Severe weather events ranging from hurricanes to wildfires are regularly hitting parts of the US. You can take a few steps to prepare for an emergency without spending too much money. PennyGemâ€™s Johana Restrepo has more.
Hundreds of firefighters scrambled Monday to prevent a wildfire engulfing an area of rare giant sequoia trees in California's Yosemite National Park.
When a wildfire is burning, you most likely wonâ€™t have a lot of time to evacuate. Follow these tips to help you and your family leave safely and quickly.
While wildfire smoke may not seem serious, it can lead to a range of health problems. Find out what they are and what you can do to protect yourself.
Ever wonder what it means for a wildfire to be contained or controlled? If a fire that's burning is 85% contained, that doesn't mean the fire is almost out.
It dates back hundreds of millions of years when the planet and its vegetation were much, much different.
Wildfires are set to happen 50% more often by 2100, and theyâ€™ll be happening in new and unexpected places as well. Veuerâ€™s Tony Spitz has the details.