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Saguaro National Park Gets Funding for Education Center
The money will help build a new outdoor classroom.
Monsoon Downpours Usher in Weed Season
But what is a weed? The answer is in the eye of the beholder.
Monsoon Brings Danger of Flash Flooding to Arizona
Meteorologist: Deadly event near Payson is an example of flash-flood dangers.
Parks Raising Price of Lifetime Pass for Seniors
The National Parks service will increase the fee from $10 to $80 in August.
Episode 146: Inside the New Sister Jose Women's Center
Also, Pima Community College after probation; Arizona Daily Star journalist Tom Beal retires; and climate change on Native American lands.
Panel to Look at How Tribes Are Adapting to Climate Change
Event is free and open to the public.
Ann Hampton Callaway Brings "The Ella Century" to Tucson
Also on Arizona Spotlight: water conservation today vs. water crisis tomorrow; Digna Theatre combines activism and art; and Tucsonans share simple stories about kindness.
Arizona Republicans Urge Closing of National Monuments
Three House representatives want some of Arizona’s national monuments to lose their status.
Conserving Water but Paying More? There's a Reason
Without water-saving practices, Tucsonans would be paying 11.7% more.
Containment a Struggle on Burro Fire
Fire managers state need to be thorough and cautious before declaring containment, now at 11 percent.
Burro Fire Grows, Helped by Rugged Terrain, Weather
Similar conditions allowed fire to grow by 9,000 acres Sunday.
2017 Sees Hottest June on Record in Tucson
Average temperature of 89.7 degrees is the seventh hottest month on record.
Burro Fire Grows to 14,000 Acres, Prompts Closures and Evacuations
Flames were fanned by a storm system moving into the area, causing rapid growth on Sunday
Burro Fire Indicator of Extreme Dry Conditions, Official Says
Those celebrating Independence Day should be cautious due to abundance of dry fuels for wildfire.
Mount Lemmon: Big Weekend Crowds; Be Prepared
Holiday expected to draw campers, picnickers, hikers, sightseers to cool mountaintop.
New Plan for Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery, 35 Years Later
Plan calls for focusing recovery efforts for endangered wolf in Arizona.
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