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Also on Arizona Spotlight: "DUSTWUN", a film about life, death and trust on the U.S. / Mexico Border.
Controversial Oak Flat mine moves closer to reality
Oak Flat, sacred to the Apache and other tribes, sits over a huge reserve of copper.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers weighs its authority over Rosemont Mine
The corps said it would consult with local tribes before making the decision, then it rescinded the invite.
Predicted Arizona dry year could impact trees, cause fires
After driest year on record in 2020, no relief is in sight
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Apache Stronghold files temporary restraining order and lien to stop transfer of Oak Flat
The nonprofit argued in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that Western Apache own the religious site.
New letter asks Mexican officials to help stop border wall construction
As Trump visits the border for the last time in his presidency, groups say they want Mexico to stand against more wall.
Land swap of Oak Flat due to start Friday
The transfer is opposed by San Carlos Apache tribal members who do not want it become a copper mine.
After Congress approves new border wall funding, environmentalists consider next steps
The administration said it had completed 450 miles of border wall by the end of 2020.
After the wall, border residents take stock of what's next
The Trump administration is expected to finish 450 miles of wall by the end of the year.
Colorado River watershed forecast looks very dry for start of 2021
The Colorado River’s largest reservoirs are likely to drop next year if demands stay the same.
Checking in on the health of the Santa Cruz River
Upgrades to the county’s wastewater treatment continue to improve the vitality of the river and the wildlife it supports.
State unveils draft legislation to create surface water protections
The process comes after the Trump administration's rollback of Clean Water Act protections.
State works to clean up chemical pollutants in Tucson water supply
ADEQ is addressing PFAS contamination of Tucson backup groundwater wells.
A Tucson Original: Agnese Haury
Listen to an oral history of Agnese Haury's remarkable life, as told by those who knew and loved her.
Enviro groups win bid for evidence on approval for Vigneto housing development
A judge ordered FWS to produce documents related to political interference that greenlit a huge housing development.
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