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World Water Day: Tucson's history with water

This year's World Water day theme is accelerating change.

Winter moisture expected to yield big wildflower bloom in Arizona

Experts say conditions lined up to produce massive floral displays in lower elevations.

Bobcat Encounters in Southern Arizona: One Animal is Killed

Investigators are offering a reward of up to $500 in one case

Tucson's "King of Sting," Justin Schmidt, dies from Parkinson's disease

Schmidt is known for allowing himself to be bitten and stung by insects to learn about their sting's affects.

USDA awards $930 million towards wildfire preventions

Three million acres of the San Carlos Apache Tribal Forest Protection Project will receive funding.

More than 41,000 sandhill cranes in Southern Arizona

Arizona birders can see the cranes in person at the annual Wings over Willcox Bird & Nature Festival.

The field guide "Birds of Arizona" was a labor of love for author Richard Cachor Taylor.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How the Pima County Library's Synapse Team is helping mental health community-wide; visit the El Jefe Cat Lounge; and remembering broadcasting legend Larry Schnebly.

Tucson Parks and Recreation looks for feedback on Reid Park remodel

The Reid Park Master Plan Concept reveals a design centered on biodiversity expansion.

Sandhill cranes return to wintering grounds in southeastern Arizona

People can watch from home on AZ Game and Fish live stream.

Insects find a new home on Santa Cruz River

It has been two years since a new species has moved to the area.

Javelinas trick for treats: carved pumpkins in danger of being eaten

The Halloween tradition of jack-o-lanterns can lure javelinas to neighborhoods for an evening snack.

"Chasing the Ghost Bear: On the Trail of America’s Lost Super Beast" with author Mike Stark.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A young Arizona filmmaker who makes epics in miniature, and Susan Cummins Miller on "Making Silent Stones Sing".

Lizard Walk

The Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists work to educate and inspire the public through talks, demonstrations, and desert walks.

The Benefits of a Nestbox

Olya Weekley of the Tucson Audubon Society shares how we can help local birds by providing safe places to nest.

Arizona state fish might soon shed endangered designation

The Apache Trout was first listed as endangered in 1973.

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