A large portion of Arizona, including all of the Phoenix area, will be under a Flash Flood Watch starting July 22 until July 25.
Several states are still fighting wildfires, but now a new threat is emerging in their burn scars after a sudden downpour of rain ripped through a small Arizona town, leaving some residents without a home.
People living in Gila County say they were expecting rain to fall over the weekend, but they didn't expect the rainstorm to be this severe.
Volunteer group, Team Rubicon, is helping prep homeowners for possible floods after wildfires have calmed down.
The Backbone Fire started shortly before midnight on June 16, about 12 miles west of Strawberry near a ridge named Ike’s Backbone. It has burned around 41,000 acres around where Fossil Creek meets the Verde River.
Phoenix saw a record-breaking high of 118°F on Thursday.
As the Telegraph Fire continues to burn, people whose homes are destroyed by the blaze are wondering what their future will be like in the area.
The Mescal Fire burning southeast of Globe has scorched 72,250 acres. It is 100% contained.
A wildfire burning southeast of Globe has scorched 72,250 acres. It is 88% contained as of June 14.
Ducey planned to take an aerial tour of the two fires, be briefed by fire officials and visit a Red Cross shelter for evacuees before holding a press conference, his office said.
"The Declarations of Emergency will help make sure responders have the necessary resources for response and recovery – protecting people, pets & property," Ducey said in a tweet on June 9.
About one-third of the population on the southeastern Arizona reservation had been infected over the past year. Now, the average number of positive COVID-19 cases is down to less than 1% a week.
The Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management announced it will implement additional restrictions across the central and northern portions of the state starting May 14.
A portion of the US 60 near Globe that had been closed for several days due to a wildfire burning in Gila County has finally reopened.
The Coconino, Kaibab and Tonto national forests issued coordinated statements announcing that those forests were joining the Apache-Sitgreaves and Prescott forests in imposing restrictions, with the latest ones taking effect Friday.
Upon a pending FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine for those 12 years and older, Gila County officials are hoping to head into schools to get children vaccinated.
Now that a pause on the one-shot COVID-19 vaccine has been lifted, some Arizona counties are waiting for the vaccine to return, so that they can vaccinate more people against a disease that has disrupted the world for over a year.
Art aFlame is a show bringing fire and art to Strawberry, Arizona on May 1 to benefit wildfire prevention along the Rim Country. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen reports.
Three people, including a San Tan Valley mother and son, were killed in a crash on State Route 87 on April 16. The man said to have caused the crash is identified as James David Duncan.
Officials with Gila County asking the private sector to help out with emergency shelters, in case a new wildfire burns within the area.