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The Wallow Fire nears Greer on Thursday.

Wind-driven flames from the Wallow Fire have destroyed 22 homes in the small White Mountains town of Greer, authorities said Thursday afternoon. Officials cut the estimate of land burned by the fire from 389,000 acres to 336,000 acres. (with photo gallery) Read more»

Kelly Baca hoses down his front yard in Springerville before evacuating on Wednesday.

Flames from the Wallow Fire churned through the small town of Greer on Wednesday afternoon. As high winds pushed flames down hillsides and into canyons on the northwestern flank of the blaze, officials ordered the evacuation of both Eagar and Springerville. (with photo gallery) Read more»

The Wallow Fire burns on Tuesday.

Authorities ordered the full evacuation of Springerville and Eagar on Wednesday, as the 389,000-acre Wallow Fire in Eastern Arizona was being pushed north and was zero percent contained. Read more»

Suburban growth was the driving force behind a decade-long increase in Pima County's population, according to a TucsonSentinel.com analysis of data released by the U.S. Census Bureau. (with interactive data) Read more» 1

Tucson police guard the main entrance to TUSD headquarters during a school board meeting Tuesday.

The board of Tucson's largest school district opted to postpone a vote on changes to ethnic studies after police in riot gear cleared activists and media from a public meeting Tuesday night. Read more»