Tucson headlines: Apartment fire; Bee attack; Monument fire victims; Trails open

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A north side apartment fire Tuesday afternoon has been blamed on an overheated bathroom fan.

Tucson firefighters called to the complex on Roger Road near Campbell found black smoke billowing from the ground floor unit.

No injuries, but people in six nearby apartments were evacuated.

The displaced family will move to another apartment courtesy complex management.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- And the Arizona Daily Star reports tonight the 45-year-old man attacked by bees Friday on the west side has died.

A TFD crew found the man covered by the insects at Joaquin Murrieta park on Silverbell near Speedway.

He suffered numerous stings before firefighters could break up the with foam.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- The Red Cross is looking for victims of the Monument Fire who are unable to return home.

Those people might be eligible for Red Cross aid.

Caseworkers have offered food, clothing, shelter, and emotional support. One woman who's family really needed help.  Was given a $500 dollar gift card and shed tears.

But the Red Cross can't track down about 25 residents, because they just have an address, no cell phone number. If you know of anyone, ask them to call the Red Cross.


TUCSON, Ariz. -- Trails and trail heads in the Coronado National Forest, reopened.  Now that the fire danger isn't so bad.

That includes the Catalina Mountains with Sabino Canyon, Redington Pass and Happy Valley recreation areas.

Douglas, Nogales, Sierra Vista and Safford Ranger districts are still closed.