The orphaned bear cub is 4 or 5 months old and weighed just 10 pounds when she was rescued.
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The most expensive was last year's hailstorm, which resulted in $2 billion in damages.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency said Thursday the U.S. government would help pay the state's cost for fighting the fire.
It’s up to cities and towns across the state to make individual decision about fire danger.
Arizona is renewing a focus on a drought contingency plan for the shrinking supply of Colorado River water, and other Western states are paying close attention.
The invasive beetle was first found in Boulder in 2013 and has since been discovered in the surrounding communities.
The fire, which was reported early Wednesday, is zero percent contained.
Sen. Garnder, Sen. Bennet and Rep. Tipton introduced legislation that would make the act a federal crime.
A lack of rain and snow set up the perfect conditions for wildfires and intense drought.
Fire officials say the growth was largely in terrain that was difficult for crews to reach.
Just because the wildfire danger has passed doesn't mean the risks brought on by drought have too.
The Environmental Defense Fund believes most of the emissions come from leaks in storage tanks.
Fire conditions have moderated after up to 1.5 inches of rain fell in some parts of the 2,800 square mile forest over two days.
The fire started June 1 in the San Juan National Forest and has burned about 53 square miles.