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Northwest Fire District Firefighters test out their new set of tools which was funded by a $20,868 grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
Northwest Fire District Firefighters test out their new set of tools generally known as the “Jaws-of-Life.”
Northwest Fire District firefighters invite the public and local businesses to join them in helping those less fortunate this holiday season by donating non-perishable food, toys, or cash at upcoming “Stuff the Truck” events or by bringing items for donation to any NWFD fire station. All proceeds go to local families.
Last year, Best of the Northwest had its most successful year yet, with readers turning out to vote for their favorite restaurants, the community’s best hair and nail salons and to pay tribute to some of the community’s best police officers, firefighters and teachers.
What were tears of sadness 10 days ago are now tears of joy for the Mullins family who was reunited with their four-month-old puppy, Mocha, today at the McDonald's in Marana.
Northwest Fire District Battalion Chief Dave Resnick and other firefighters pet Violeta Mullin's puppy.
Drexel Heights Fire District has hired a new Fire Marshal to oversee the district’s Fire Prevention Division.
Northwest Fire crews were called to the 3800 block of West Massingale Road just before 8:00 pm after a 12 year-old boy reported to his Grandmother that he had set the back porch on fire. The child had obtained access to a lighter, wood sticks and a gasoline can and then started the fire.
Northwest Fire District units were called to the 6300 block of North Mango Way, near Thorndale and Orange Grove Roads just after 3:00pm on Tuesday after a passerby noticed smoke and flames from a mobile home.
No injuries were reported following a fire in the town of Oracle that burned through 3.96 acres on June 12.
A brush fire that led to the burning of three homes in the Town of Oracle has been contained, according to reports from Northwest Fire District Captain Adam Goldberg.
Record-breaking heat waves swept through Tucson last week with temperatures as high as 111 degrees.
As warm temperatures, high winds, and low humidity arrive in Arizona, local fire officials are urging the public to use every precaution possible when dealing with fire.
More help has arrived to help tend to a fire in Oak Creek Canyon in Northern Arizona, which has already burned through at least 1,000 acres, according to fire officials.