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Topic - Ruben Saavedra
Firefighters rescued a 78-year-old man Saturday after he ran out of water while hiking in south Phoenix.
An early morning Phoenix apartment fire has left more than a dozen people, including 9 children, in need of shelter.
A fire at a north Phoenix apartment complex damaged eight units due to flames, smoke and water.
Phoenix firefighters whose helmets were burning due to intense heat inside a burning house rescued a dog which they had to resuscitate once they got it outside.
Despite a government threat to fire them, some 500 soldiers marched in Bolivia's capital Wednesday for a second consecutive day to demand greater upward mobility within the armed forces.
Phoenix firefighters and a hazardous materials crew are working to cool an overheated tank that almost caused an explosion at a water treatment plant near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Phoenix firefighters say a toddler is going to be OK after nearly drowning in a backyard swimming pool.
Firefighters say a Phoenix man likely would have died in a house fire had it not been for his neighbors.
Firefighters have rescued a man who developed a medical condition while hiking in Phoenix near Piestewa Peak.
Saavedra denied that discrimination exists in the armed forces, saying the institution has changed.
Defense Minister Ruben Saavedra said armed forces officials wouldn't meet with the protesters because "there are regular channels for demands to be met and those who violate the rules must bear the consequences."