Sunday Jul 13
Risk for flooding in San Juan Fire burn area
Federal officials have approved funds to help against the risk of flooding in wildfire-scarred terrain in Arizona's eastern White Mountains.
San Juan Fire Is Contained
The San Juan Fire, located 18 miles southeast of Show Low, was 90 percent contained as of Monday, according to information provided by the Southwest Area Incident Management Team.
San Juan Fire in northeastern Arizona at 95 percent containment
A Facebook page was created for the wildfire, and a post Saturday reported the blaze was 95 percent contained, but that the flames still comprise nearly 7,000 acres.
Containment of Arizona wildfire reaches 15 percent
Smoke billows into the sky from burn out activities in an effort to control the San Juan Fire Sunday, June 29, 2014, in Vernon, Ariz.
Eastern Arizona wildfire grows to 10 square miles
A wildfire in eastern Arizona's White Mountains continues to grow in size as firefighters conduct burnout operations within the fire perimeter.
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San Juan Fire grows to 5,700 acres
The San Juan Fire straddling the Fort Apache Indian Reservation and the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in the White Mountains has grown to 5,700, officials said Sunday evening.
Tourists, residents evacuate near Arizona wildfire
Most of a wildfire in northeastern Arizona's White Mountains now is burning into wooded areas already thinned or on remnants of a previous blaze, authorities said Friday.
New wildfire burning in northeastern Ariz.
A new wildfire was reported Thursday afternoon in northeastern Ariz., on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, according to the Facebook page for The Bureau of Indian Affairs Forestry & Wildland Fire Management - Fort Apache Agency.