On June 28, 2013, multiple lightning strikes triggered a series of small fires around the community of Yarnell, Arizona. The fires remained small in nature through Saturday night, but several were moving closer to homes. Thirty-seven fires were being managed by hot shot crews and local fire departments. On Sunday, a series of weather events, poor communication with crews in the field and the lack of aerial fire suppression support led to a series of events which culminated in the deaths of 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hot Shot team. The Yarnell tragedy was covered exhaustively by local and national media through the July 9th memorial which was attended by Vice President Joe Biden. Within days of the tragedy, KPNX-TV, 12 News in Phoenix, assigned it's Watchdog team to find out what happened, follow the financial donations and benefits to hot shot families, make sure the money was going where it was intended and provide background on the person charged with finding out what went wrong at Yarnell. The stories included in this submission provide a comprehensive overview to our reporting. It should be noted these reports were exclusives at the time they aired.