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Is Downtown Tucson a City Center for Everyone?
Also on Arizona Spotlight: The future of Tucson Clean & Beautiful; capturing monsoon lightning in images; "A Book I Love"; and a poem that recalls downtown Tucson's recent heritage.
Tucson Recorded 1.59 Inches of Rain in June, Second Most
Rainfall total for month topped 1 inch two other times, including record 2.07 in 1938.
Fire Officials Warn of Dangers With 4th of July Celebration
Many holiday festivities could spark urban and wild fires if residents are not careful.
When We Go Home, Power Use Goes Up
Air conditioning usage spikes when residential units are cranked up.
Desert Heat: Deaths, Rescuers and Ways to Stay Safe
4 people die in record 115-degree heat; how do Tucsonans cope?
Four Rescued from Rain-Swollen Wash in Tucson; No One Injured
Monsoon under way; caution urged in traversing flooded roadways.
Missing Hiker Found Dead; 4th Victim of Record Heat Wave
Four deaths in Tucson area from 115-degree heat last weekend.
Fire Season Off To Slow Start, But Heat Could Cause Pickup
Upcoming heat wave will provide the fuels needed for more wildfires, and monsoons could provide the spark to get them going.
Highest Temp in 21 Years Forecast for Tucson Sunday
High of 114 leads to excessive heat warning through Wednesday night.
Excessive Heat Expected Sunday, Monday in Tucson
Temperatures are expected to top out around 113 in Tucson on Sunday.
Monsoon Arrives with Warning to Heed Closed Streets
Barriers at washes mean don't cross; those who do could be fined.
Lake Mead at Lowest Level on Record, 37% Capacity
Further declines seen before upstream dam releases will build it again.
2016 Forecast: Another Dangerous Year for Wildfires
Rainy 2015, lack of fire in recent years make conditions severe this fire season.
Minimal El Niño Rains Create Prime Conditions for Wildfire
Dry vegetation and blowing winds increase risk for hazardous dust storms.
How Did Arizona Hit 'Doughnut Hole' of El Niño Weather?
Arizona Week looks at what happened to predicted rainfall, what it means for future.
Forecasters Predict Arizona Will Return to Drought Conditions
El Niño’s rains went north to Sierras and Pacific Northwest
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