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For the first time in its 89-year history, a woman is taking the reins of the Tucson Rodeo Committee.
For the 89th year, horses will trot and buggies will roll through south-side streets Thursday as part of the Tucson Rodeo Parade.
The Marana Town Council is moving forward with a $5 million plan to develop the 163-acre Marana River Heritage Park with a rodeo arena, splash park and more.
Cowboys competed last weekend in the Calgary Stampede, one of the world's largest rodeos. Enjoy some rodeo action.
For the third summer in a row, Austin Sanders has traveled to Gallup, N.M., for the National Junior High Finals Rodeo, which started today and ends Saturday.
In ominous, dark smoke, fire crews wait at an intersection in Linden. A dark, sooty cloud has engulfed much of the region.
Fire engulfs ponderosa pines off Forest Road 322 in Aripine.
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.
A sign on Arizona 260 tells residents where to go for shelter. About 4,000 people were evacuated Wednesday, with about 400 of those taking shelter at a high school gym in Springerville. A middle school gym in Eagar was also available to those who needed a place to stay.
Jamie Mace of LPS Excavating in Williams drives a bulldozer along a fire line near a multimillion-dollar home in the Timberland Acres subdivision.
Charlie Hoag wets down the Sweet Corn Antiques store in Linden, which along with Pinedale and Clay Springs, was evacuated.
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.
Dave La Tour of Northwest Fire removes hot debris from a home in the Fool's Hollow area near Linden, west of Show Low.
With the Rodeo Fire and smoke looming behind her, Show Low resident Mary Gordon packs up personal belongings before evacuating.
National Guardsman and sheriff's deputies stop residents from Show Low trying to head south on U.S. 60 and direct them to turn back and head for a new evacuation center in Eagar, 48 miles to the east.
A Pinedale home burns in this dramatic glimpse of the Rodeo-Chediski Fire.