A fire destroyed a tractor-trailer rig making a delivery to a Tucson business, fire officials said.
It's easy to understand why Louis Taylor is so distracted.
Tucson firefighters spray down a home near El Rio Golf Course. Friday's midday fire left the home a total loss, and one person suffered burns that were not life-threatening.
Jerry Burfield takes stock of the destruction at Precision Engineering. Burfield, a former foreman at the car repair shop, said he wanted to help out the owner after hearing about the overnight fire that damaged the building.
A fire tore through an auto repair shop in the 800 block of West Grant Road late Wednesday, requiring a two-alarm response from the Tucson Fire Department.
The former home of The Grill and the Red Room in downtown Tucson were heavily damaged in a two-alarm fire early this morning, officials said.
A call from a neighbor and quick action from fire crews kept a blaze from spreading at a house in the 1200 block of North Euclid Avenue, Tucson Fire said.
Tucson fire crews found themselves without water while battling an arson-caused blaze on the third floor of a midtown hotel early Wednesday.
Woman dies in fire on southeast side
Arivaca couple facing marijuana charges
A fire in a southwest-side mobile home caused about $50,000 in damage, the Tucson Fire Department said.
A person pulled from a burning mobile home Tuesday afternoon was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, officials said.
Woman, 87, killed; son hurt in east-side home
Weather permitting, the fireworks on A Mountain should go off
without a hitch — and keep fire in the sky where it belongs,
Tucson's budget cuts will not result in layoffs to active-duty
police and firefighters, after the City Council voted unanimously
Tuesday to limit cuts to those departments.