The Hotshots killed June 30 while fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire were "19 heroes, gone at the turn of the wind," Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said.
Nineteen members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots were killed Sunday, June 30 when a windblown wildfire overcame them near the small town of Yarnell.
We are learning just how things transpired that may have led to the deaths of 19 Granite Mountain Hotshot firefighters in June.
Citations and fines issued to the Arizona Forestry Division for the deaths of 19 firefighters in the Yarnell Hill Fire could bolster efforts by their families to sue the state.
An Arizona commission approved a nearly $560,000 fine on Wednesday against the state Forestry Division in the deaths of 19 firefighters.
An Arizona agency that investigated workplace violations related to the deaths of 19 firefighters is recommending action against the state Forestry Division.
Johannah Bode's new home will be handicap accessible and include furnishings and household items.
Residents in an area devastated by a huge wildfire in northern Arizona this past summer are keeping a close eye on the skies this weekend.
The families of 19 fallen firefighters will serve as grand marshals of the Fiesta Bowl Parade in December.
The mother of one of 19 firefighters killed battling the Yarnell Hill Fire earlier this year has said she intends to sue the state of Arizona, the city of Prescott and Yavapai County.
Three NASCAR drivers all had one thing in common Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway other than racing for Stewart-Haas. They paid tribute to 19 fallen firefighters.
Four months after the deadly Yarnell Hill Fire, the loved ones of the fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots are helping fire victims rebuild, one home at a time.
Widows and other family members of several of the 19 firefighters killed June 30 in the Yarnell Hill Fire are asking a judge to deny two media organizations' requests for access to more records.
The chairman of an Arizona House committee examining how to provide equal benefits to part-time members of a firefighting crew who died in June said they'll likely have to look to charities to fill the gap.
City officials announced Friday that Eric Kriwer will serve until Prescott recruits and selects a permanent fire chief.
The resignation comes just three months after the Yarnell Hill Fire tragedy that left 19 men dead and more than 100 homes destroyed.
Prescott Fire Chief Dan Fraijo says he would never voluntarily leave the men and women of the fire department, especially after losing 19 men to the Yarnell Hill Fire.
In an e-mailed statement Brewer said that this year’s tribute is especially poignant for Arizonans.
Three months after losing everything to the fire, people in Yarnell came together to start rebuilding.
Thousands traveled to Prescott Valley to honor the fallen firefighters during a memorial service Tuesday.
People lined the streets of downtown Phoenix waving American flags to honor the firefighters who died.
Families and friends are remembering 19 brave men who died fighting the Yarnell Hill wildfire.
A harrowing image offers one last glimpse at the brave firefighters who lost their lives battling the Yarnell Fire.
Communities across Arizona are coming together to remember the firefighters who lost their lives.
Nineteen firefighters were killed in the fire that was apparently sparked by lightning southwest of Prescott.
Experts project that large wildfires will, in coming decades, be more common, last longer and consume more acreage as the climate gets warmer and often drier. This graphic shows acreage burned by state increasing from 2002 to 2012. Dark red represents more acres burned.
Three months after losing everything to the fire, people in Yarnell came together to start rebuilding.
The ADOSH investigation will determine whether the city of Prescott, which operated the crew, should face fines or citations for the fatalities.
The challenge now, experts say, is figuring out how to prevent another tragedy as the threat of wildfire shows no sign of diminishing in the nation's overgrown, drought-stricken forests and foothills. One way, they say, is to invest in GPS tracking technology for firefighters.
Juliann Ashcraft and her family dissected every word in a report released Saturday, hoping somewhere in the 120 pages she'll have the answers as to why her husband Andrew had to die.
Community members and Arizona leaders reacted Saturday as a three-month investigation came to a close regarding this summer's deadly wildfire that killed 19 firefighters.
The father of one of the 19 firefighters killed in the Yarnell Hill Fire is still trying to understand how his son died on June 30.
Members of the team that released the Yarnell Hill Serious Accident Investigation report explained their findings during a Saturday morning press conference at Prescott High School.
Video reportedly capturing some of the final moments of the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots was posted Saturday.
The Serious Accident Investigation report regarding the deadly Yarnell Hill Fire lists seven recommendations for the state of Arizona to help improve safety.
INSIDE: Read the full report regarding the Yarnell Hill wildfire that killed 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots June 30.
An investigation into the June deaths of 19 firefighters cites poor radio communication, and reveals that an airtanker carrying flame retardant was hovering overhead as the men died.
Colleen Turbyfill, who lost her son Travis during the Yarnell Hill Fire, says she is hopeful the report will shed light on preventing a future tragedy, but knows it can't bring back her son.
An independent team of investigators released their serious accident report, which is expected to address the chain of events that led to the tragedy.
An investigation report regarding the deaths of 19 firefighters in the Yarnell Hill Fire will be released Saturday.
The Phoenix Coyotes raised over $165,000 for the families of the Granite Mountain Hotshots during Wednesday night's benefit game.
911 calls made the day the Yarnell Hill Fire started show the chaos and tragedy that happened that day.
House Speaker Andy Tobin urged a legislative committee to quickly come up with a plan to pay full survivor and other benefits to the 13 part-time firefighters killed in the Yarnell Hill wildfire.
An Arizona legislative committee is set to hold its first hearing on a proposal to give full survivor benefits to relatives of the part-time members of the 19-man firefighting crew killed in the Yarnell Hill wildfire.
Roy and Stacy Pizzirusso are the first residents to rebuild their home in Yarnell, Ariz. after this summer's devastating wildfire.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has again denied Gov. Jan Brewer's request for a disaster declaration because of the Yarnell Hill fire.
Volunteers on Tuesday dismantled an unofficial memorial in Prescott for the 19 elite firefighters killed while battling the Yarnell Hill Fire.
An education fund for kindergarten through high school is being set up for the current and future children of the 19 firefighters who died battling an Arizona wildfire in June.
Fire equipment manufacturers are donating more than $110,000 worth of new equipment to the Yarnell fire department to help it recover from a devastating wildfire that killed 19 Prescott firefighters.
Plans have been announced for the dismantling of an informal memorial created in Prescott for the 19 firefighters killed June 30 in the Yarnell Hill Fire.
A legislative committee will hold a special meeting to discuss Arizona's role in providing catastrophic coverage for the uncovered firefighters who died in the Yarnell Hill wildfire.
Gov. Jan Brewer is appealing the federal government's denial of disaster assistance for the June wildfire that killed 19 firefighters and destroyed more than 100 homes in the town of Yarnell.
Gov. Jan Brewer is expected to announce Wednesday an official appeal to the federal government's denial of disaster relief for victims of the Yarnell Hill wildfire.
The fiancée of a Granite Mountain Hotshot, who died on June 30, finally got her money back on a wedding dress after weeks of trying to get a refund.
Two Arizona hikers may be the last people to see the Granite Mountain Hotshots before a massive wildfire claimed their lives.
The issues surrounding the Granite Mountain Hotshots are causing a political divide. So much so, the debate could impact the Prescott mayoral race.
The Yavapai County attorney says autopsy reports and photos of the scene where 19 firefighters were killed in Arizona won't be released without a court order.
The aftermath of the wildfire that killed 19 firefighters from Prescott poses challenges to the rural fire district that serves Yarnell.
The Yarnell Hill wildfire that killed 19 Prescott firefighters is becoming a factor in the Prescott mayoral race.
Efforts to rebuild the more 100 Yarnell homes destroyed June 30 during a deadly wildfire have recorded an initial milestone.
The charities confirmed Wednesday they will be giving out every cent of that money by splitting it evenly among all the families.
Another Granite Mountain Hotshot widow is weighing in on the battle over benefits, asking Gov. Jan Brewer to call a special session to address the issue.
The City of Prescott is standing by its decision about benefits for the families of 19 firefighters killed battling the Yarnell Hill Fire, following an internal investigation.
Residents of Yarnell said Monday that they were never really depending on help from the federal government, and vowed to continue rebuilding their community after a request for disaster aid was rejected Friday.
Scientists are studying the potential debris flows after the Yarnell Hill Fire.
Organizers hoped the event will encourage people to thank their local firefighters and first responders for all they do.
The groups raised more than $10,000 for the families of Granite Mountain Hotshots.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer received word on Friday that the Obama administration has denied the state’s request for a federal Major Disaster Declaration after the Yarnell Hill Fire.
ABC15 crews take you inside the station where the Granite Mountain Hotshots worked.
Some structures in Yarnell burned completely to the ground while others stand untouched just next door. But which homes survived and which did not may not be random or simple chance, according to a recent study.
The father of a hotshot firefighter killed in the Yarnell Hill Fire launched a petition in an attempt to persuade the city of Prescott to grant his son's family the benefits extended to the other victims' families.
"I will do anything that I can to fight for the 13 men that they're classifying as seasonal, because they had lives and families, and they gave the ultimate sacrifice for our community," widow Juliann Ashcraft said Wednesday.
Some of the firefighters killed in an Arizona wildfire were classified as seasonal employees with the city of Prescott, so their families don't qualify for full survivors' benefits.
In an exclusive interview on ABC's "Good Morning America", the surviving member of the Granite Mountain Hotshots says he went "numb" after learning the men he considered his brothers were dead.
Governor Brewer pressed the president on her disaster declaration request for the Yarnell Hill fire near Prescott.
A Prescott City Council meeting to determine if the Granite Mountain Hotshots team would continue turned contentious when the mayor refused to let the wife of one of the fallen firefighters speak.
Brendan McDonough is opening up in an exclusive interview about the tragic fire that claimed the lives of 19 of his friends.
The children of several of the Granite Mountain Hotshots killed June 30 by the Yarnell Hill Fire had company as they went to the first day of school.
The mother of one of 19 firefighters killed in an Arizona wildfire wants the city of Prescott to provide family survivor benefits reserved for fulltime employees.
The lone survivor of the Granite Mountain Hotshots was in Scottsdale Friday to speak at a fundraiser to raise money for the families of his fellow firefighters.
After a fire destroyed homes and disrupted lives in Yarnell, Rural/Metro Corporation stepped in to provide a solution for the town’s emergency dispatch needs.
Information released by a member of the Arizona State Forestry Division--who was commenting on how the Granite Mountain Hotshots were killed ... pinned the blame on their leader Eric Marsh.
The deputy director of the Arizona State Forestry Division is speaking out about the moments leading up to the deaths of 19 Prescott firefighters - and a war of words is brewing.
Volunteers are sifting through the ashes, looking for remains that survived the devastating fire in the town of Yarnell.
After the Granite Mountain Hotshot crew's last radio communication indicated that they were deploying their shelters, air support was called in to search for them and provide medical assistance if necessary.
So far more than $7 million has been raised to help the families of the Yarnell 19, the firefighters who died in the Yarnell Hill Fire last month.