Wildfires continue to bedevil Arizona this week, as Governor Doug Ducey declared a state of emergency for the Goodwin Fire burning in Yavapai County. The 21,000-acre fire has already prompted evacuations and was 1 percent contained as of Wednesday. The emergency declaration frees up $200,000 to fighting what Gov. Ducey called "the state's highest priority."
Abandoned Campfires, Hot Weather Prompt Stage II Fire Restrictions
The Coconino National Forest increased fire regulations as wildfire danger grows.