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Climate Change Endangering Arizona's Natural Resources, Prof Says

Stuart Marsh wants policymakers to understand links between natural resources and the environment

Conference Brings Discussion of Mining Industry's Future in Arizona

The governor's moratorium on regulations could bring more mining development to the state.

Author Sees Food Systems as a Way to Unite People

Tucson resident says communities across the country are joining forces for the common good.

Chinese Smuggling Bust Could Help Endangered Porpoise in Mexico

The illegal hunting of the totoaba fish swim bladders is considered the leading threat to the vaquita marina.

Chiricahua National Monument Closes to Visitors

Officials cite "health and safety concerns" on day 12 of shutdown.

The City Will Recycle Your Christmas Tree, Which Can Become a Fire Risk

The TreeCyle Program will mulch trees, which eventually become a hazard even when watered.

Photos: Storm Drops Snow on Southern Arizona

Forecasters issued a winter storm warning for the region until 5 p.m.

Charting a New Course for Water Supply in the Southwest

Water managers in Colorado River Basin states spent much of 2018 working on drought contingency plans.

Trump Proposal Could Strip Arizona Waterways of Pollution Protections

Proposed changes to the Clean Water Act could impact 96 percent of the state's waterways, official says.

Study: Slow Growth Ahead for the Forests of the Southwest

The UA report shows a decline in productivity in the 21st century as the climate warms.

Tucson Youth Put National Parks in Focus

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Fear And Grieving in Las Vegas: Colorado River Managers Struggle With Water Scarcity

Water managers were supposed to finish drought contingency plans by the end of the year. They're likely to miss that deadline.

Researcher: Climate Change Could Worsen Mosquito-Borne Diseases

UA professor says globalization and increasing transportation also speed the spread of such diseases.

Four Years After Water Released Into Colorado River, Benefits Continue

Environmental groups now have a "toolkit" for bringing life back to the delta.

Development and the San Pedro

The Arizona Supreme Court sided with a homebuilder in Sierra Vista despite concerns about the San Pedro River.

US States to Meet at Deadline on Colorado River Drought Plan

Arizona has been the holdout as the clock ticks on striking a deal for a contingency plan.

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