Gov. Jan Brewer traveled to eastern Arizona's White Mountains on Wednesday, saying she wants to celebrate the area's ongoing recovery from the Wallow Fire.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer travels to eastern Arizona on Wednesday to show support for the tourism-dependent region in the wake of this summer's Wallow fire.Read More »
The summer of 2011 will be recorded as one of the most tragic and devastating in Cochise County history.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer has declared a state of emergency in Tombstone because of flooding in the wake of a recent wildfire.Read More »
The U.S. Forest Service told a Senate panel Wednesday that work has already begun on recovery of forestland burned by the Wallow Fire, ahead of a bill that would require that action.Read More »
More than 800 square miles were torched, 32 home were destroyed and taxpayers are on the hook for $100 million.
That’s the cost of the Wallow fire, the largest wildfire in our state’s history. Sadly, this could have been prevented.
The worst wildfire in Arizona history has been contained, but affected residents as well as local and state officials are only beginning to grapple with its aftermath.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer is asking the U.S. Small Business Administration for wildfire disaster declarations for Cochise and Apache counties.Read More »
A committee of the Arizona Senate will meet in Show Low to gather information about wildfires.Read More »
One of three major wildfires burning in Arizona was declared fully contained Sunday, a second was nearly out, and a third was growing only in a rugged area with only a handful of residents.Read More »