A grease fire early this morning at a McDonald's located inside a Walmart caused the evacuation of about 200 customers and employees.
A fire destroyed a tractor-trailer rig making a delivery to a Tucson business, fire officials said.
A Forest Service fire crew patrols the Catalina Highway looking for hot spots to douse after extensive back burning was done to keep the Bullock Fire from spreading.
Covered in sawdust, a weary Felipe Marquez with the Laguna Hotshots from Southern California takes a break after falling several tall snags (dead pine trees) before burnout operations across the street from the Rose Canyon entrance in the Santa Catalina Mountains.
Laguna Hotshot crew members head to the site of one of the burnout operations near Rose Canyon.
Laura McLaughlin of the Laguna Hotshot crew uses a drip torch to ignite ground fuels in a burnout operation in the Catalinas.
A tired Kenny Young and Larry Bear of Northwest Fire and Rescue try to stay awake after a night shift in the Clay Springs area.
Jason Foust of the Avra Valley Fire Department watches flames consume juniper trees near a girls' camp in Aripine.
Steve Leitzell of Apache Junction Fire District spends the early hours of Monday morning hosing down some hot spots in the Timberland Acres subdivision, where 94 homes were destroyed by the fires.
A Corona de Tucson firefighter flees wind-driven flames near a hot spot at a girls camp off Forest Road 322 in Aripine.
A tired Rob Watson of the Pinetop Fire Department waits for new orders at a staging area in Linden after winds picked up in the morning. Watson's department was involved in the first attacks on Rodeo.
Task leader Dave La Tour of Northwest Fire and Rescue surveys hot spots in Timberland Acres outside Show Low, Ariz.
Tubac firefighter Al Kingsley waits in a field for radioed instructions as part of the grass fire burns behind him outside of Elgin. Crews lost a pivotal battle May 1 when a finger of the blaze jumped Arizona 83.
An early morning fire destroyed five units in a southside apartment building, displacing 6 residents.
A brush fire near Wetmore and Flowing Wells roads, which earlier was threatening nearby mobile homes, is under control fire officials say.
A 42-year-old woman died Saturday night after being found inside a burning home on Tucson's southwest side, officials say.
Northwest Fire District firefighters were battling a brush fire in the Santa Cruz River near West Cortaro Farms Road Monday night.
Fire crews from two departments contained a brush fire that endangered homes in the La Cholla Air Park on Friday afternoon.
A $1.7 million Rural/Metro Fire Department station opened in Sahuarita, an official announced Thursday.