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Coconino County Supervisor Elizabeth Archuleta, shown in a September photo, said her county decided to join a lawsuit in support of President Barack Obama's immigration reform actions because "county officials are focused on solving issues on the ground" even if national officials will not.

The two Arizona counties joined dozens of local governments on a court brief urging immediate implementation of the president's orders on immigration - orders Arizona is suing to block. One county official said suing to back immigration reform was the "right thing to do." Read more» 1

An area in eastern Arizona burned by the Wallow Fire, which officials say was started by an unattended campfire.

Campfires Limited, a grassroots organization is asking the U.S. Forest Service for an annual ban on campfires between May 1 through July 15. Read more»

The Tonto National Forest will be affected by new planning regulations announced by the U.S. Forest Service on Thursday.

The U.S. Forest Service unveiled new planning rules Thursday that it said will emphasize the protection of forest and watersheds while maintaining and creating forest-industry jobs. Read more»