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Mexican Gray Wolf Scheduled for Release

Male will be freed mid-month in Apache National Forest, officials say

2012: The Year in Tucson Weather

Last 12 months had average monsoon, tied for warmest summer ever

Forest Service Focuses on Redington Pass

Advocates for recreation area east of Tucson applaud clean-up, planning

Youth Wilderness Camp for Winter Break

Saguaro National Park allows kids to learn in nature's classroom

Quick Charge at Picacho Peak

Visit a new charging facility for electric vehicles that is helping to turn I-10 into an "electric highway"

Lawsuit Seeks To Classify Mexican Gray Wolf As Subspecies

Action against federal wildlife agency says animals are uniquely adapted to Southwest

Homing in on Hummingbirds

Licensed rehabilitator seeks volunteers

New Manager At Ironwood Forest NM

UA grad to take reins at remote monument northwest of Tucson

Forecasters See Return Of El Niño

Weather phenomenon may form in October, bring Southern AZ wet winter

Web Feature: A Burning Question

Researchers find that heat and growth go hand in hand for Arizona

Braving the Heat Brings Birding Rewards

Despite the heat, August offers unique opportunities for local birders

Strong Monsoon May Linger, Expert Says

So far, this year’s summer rains have delivered record-breaking amounts -- but will they last?

Web Feature: The Weather Man

A retired Air Force communicator keeps an eye on the sky

AZ Fire Restrictions Loosened

Rain brings reduced danger to area forests

Tropical Plants Thrive In 'Cool' Greenhouse

Tucson Botanical Gardens showcases unique plants in controlled environment

Border Pollution a Worry for Residents

New port of entry at San Ysidro could back up traffic near school

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