Arizona Burning 

We know the Murphy Fire was likely set by a man in distress. What do we know about the border's other fires?

The borderlands of Southern Arizona have burned, and the destruction is stunning. Thousands of acres of land along the line blackened. The Chiricahua Mountains scorched, some areas so damaged that a return to pre-fire conditions will take hundreds of years. Homes in…

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