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July 9, 2014
A debris fire in southeast Phoenix Tuesday is sending dark plumes of smoke into the air.
Multiple fire departments are working on a second-alarm fire at a church near Country Club and University drives in Mesa.
A 2-year-old is in stable condition following a near drowning in Mesa Monday.
Authorities say all students on a bus that caught fire were evacuated safely.
Fire officials say three people, including an infant, were taken to the hospital after a light rail accident in Mesa Tuesday night.
Authorities are trying to determine the cause of death of a passenger on a flight from Nebraska to Arizona.
Fire department officials confirm approximately 40,000 CenturyLink customers in Mesa were unable to access the 911 system on Wednesday.
Mesa Fire Department spokesman Forrest Smith said the fire started around 7:30 p.m near Guadalupe and Dobson Roads.
Firefighters had their hands full Wednesday night battling a house fire in Mesa.
A bridge collapse has killed one person at a Loop 202 construction site in Mesa.
What started as a simple service project five years ago, now serves hundreds of teens each summer — giving them a unique experience and opportunities to “blossom” in a number of ways as citizens and young women.
Firefighters say flames that rushed through a Mesa home early Wednesday were fueled by a hoarding situation.
A woman was taken to the hospital Monday night after suffering burns to her face during a Mesa house fire.
Fire officials say a small helicopter made an emergency landing Tuesday afternoon in a Mesa neighborhood.
It was an otherwise normal Thursday morning. On Dec. 20, William “Lynn” Evans was cooking banana bread when his wife asked him if he had burned something.
Two cats got a second chance at life after being rescued from a Mesa apartment fire Tuesday night.
A Mesa Fire Department Haz-Mat Crew responded to an odor at Mesa High School, believed to be a release of pepper spray that resulted in the evacuation of the school on Thursday.
Authorities say one person has died in a fire in Mesa.
Shelby Slaughter, 18, a recent graduate of Apache Junction High School (pictured on the far right) receives a certificate of recognition for performing CPR and helping to save the life of Jesus Molina who went into cardiac arrest at a branch of Chase Bank in east Mesa on Aug. 17. Pictured on the far left is Bill Hayes, deputy chief for Mesa’s East Station and Forrest Smith (center), spokesman for the Mesa Fire Department. [Mike Sakal/Tribune]
Firefighters are investigating after a vacant home went up in flames Tuesday afternoon.