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Border wall in Arizona separating the United States and Mexico.

Senate Committee Wants Border Patrol Access Expanded

Agency would no longer need permits to reach wildlife refuges, parks and military property.

AZ WEEK: Water Use Down, Future Supply Threatened

State has planned, but problems from water shortages to invasive species exist.

Grijalva Gets Leadership Post in US House

The Tucson Democrat is now the ranking member in the Natural Resources Committee.

Forese, Little Get Republican Nomination for Corporation Commission

Team gets most votes with about 29% each; to face Democrats Holway, Kennedy in November for 2 vacated seats.

View of the Yarnell Hill Fire south of Prescott. The 8,400-acre fire killed 19 hotshot firefighters.

AZ Politicians Protest Federal Decision on Yarnell Aid

Governor, House speaker take to Phoenix airwaves to express anger at rejection of disaster declaration for fire.

AZ Week: Election Law Changes and Wildfires

Arizona’s Vote ID law was struck down by the US Supreme Court but changes will come slowly.

Report Analyzes Economic Disparity Along US-Mexico Border

Food insecurity plagues border region that produces, funnels much of the nation's food, researchers say

Meeting Monday On Proposed Rosemont Air Permit

Vail meeting scheduled to allow questions on state's proposed air quality permit for mine

Program Coordinator of the Sierra Club Borderlands Dan Millis speaks on the concern of environmental organizations about walls and other construction along the US-Mexico border that are creating carries for wildlife.

Border Barriers Create Concerns

Environmental groups worry about the impact of walls on wildlife along the U.S.-Mexico border

Alan Forrest, Tucson Water Director discusses his recent hiring and what he brings to the table.

Water Director Explains Rate Increases

Tucson does great job conserving, but bills continue to climb

Director of the Tucson Office of Conservation and Sustainable Development Leslie Ethen (center) and Climate Change Committee Member Phil Swaim (right) talk about an upcoming climate change even in Tucson. They were both involved in a new report that could help Tucsonans understand the different impacts of climate change.

Tucson Figuring Out Climate Change Adaptations

City government asking for feedback on how to cope with expected changes

State Parks

State Parks Getting Own Fund

Legislature moving to return control of revenues

Author of "Arizona: A History" Tom Sheridan, predicts what the history of Tucson will be one hundred years from now based Tucson's past one hundred years.

What's AZ Look Like 100 Years Hence?

State history's author predicts continuing water issues, Latino power

Downtown Tucson pedestrians

Planning Group Seeks Input On Growth

Group wants to know how to add another 1 million people to Tucson metro area

Terry Bracy, the outgoing chairman of the Udall Foundation Board of Directors.

Change Afoot at Udall Foundation

Foundation's chairman steps down after 17 years

Wildfires Fan Political Flames

Thin Arizona's forests to stop fires, legislators urge, but others say it's not so simple

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