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'Promotoras' Enlisted to Grow Rainwater Harvest

Latina community health educators hope to bring about greater awareness.

Water levels at the Colorado River basin.

Forecasters Predict Arizona Will Return to Drought Conditions

El Niño’s rains went north to Sierras and Pacific Northwest

Praise and Pushback for Oak Flat Historic Designation

Native American sacred site sits atop proposed Resolution Copper Mine.

Forest Service Says No to Grand Canyon Development

Proposal was for development of shops, restaurants and 2,000 homes

A time lapse photograph of light pollution from Tucson reaching the Picacho Peak night sky.

Bill Would Loosen Restrictions on Electronic Billboards

Astronomers worried that it will lead to incremental loss of dark skies.

"The Soul of an Octopus"

A conversation with naturalist and author Sy Montgomery about her ongoing quest to better understand the consciousness and emotions of animals.

Finding the Soul of an Octopus; and Who Killed Vincent Van Gogh?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Looking ahead to the Arizona legislative session's second half; The Department of Child Safety deals with backlog of cases.

University of Arizona geneticist Taylor Edwards and the recently discovered Goode's Thornscrub Tortoise.

New Desert Tortoise Species Identified by UA Geneticist

Understanding animal’s habitat and habits will aid its preservation.

Bighorn sheep in Santa Catalina Mountains.

Bighorn Sheep Population Grows in Santa Catalinas

The program to reintroduce bighorn sheep into the Catalina Mountains is about two and a half years old.

Jaguar Video Rekindles Debate over Santa Ritas Land Use

Endangered animal habitat and mining both a part of the range south of Tucson.

The mysterious, mesmerizing, and very musical Triplets of Belleville in their prime as the darlings of Vaudeville.

A Little Belleville Visits Tucson

Oscar-nominated composer Benoit Charest accompanies the film "The Triplets of Belleville" with music played on vacuum, refrigerator, and newspaper.

Digging Deeper - 7,000 feet - into Arizona's Copper Mines

'Arizona Week' goes underground to check in on one of the state's largest industries.

$5.9M for Water Conservation Near Fort Huachuca

Tucson non-profit Arizona Land and Water Trust will get federal money.

Recycling Pickups Will Resume for South Tucson in April

Residents of the 1.2-square mile city have been without recycling since September.

The Art of Paying Attention: Hummingbird Etiquette

Beth Surdut tells about a treasure hunt that begins with bird droppings and leads to one of the desert's smallest, fastest inhabitants.

The plants that have survived, and even thrived, during the winter's cold spells at Tohono Chul Park are mostly native to the Sonoran Desert.

Where Are El Niño Rains? Maybe More, Come March

Weather pattern has also brought above-average temperatures to the region.

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