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Visitors Flock to Arizona State Parks in Record Numbers

Nearly 3M tourists spent more than $16M at the parks, which lost some funding in 2012.

Feeding Our Future: Putting Native Foods Back on the Plate

Why did the Tohono O'odham stop eating and growing their Native foods?

San Carlos Apaches, Others Sue Over Copper Mine Waste Site

Lawsuits claim US Forest Service violated several environmental laws.

Arizona Tribes in Solidarity over Stopping North Dakota Pipeline

For many tribal members in the state, the conflict hits close to home.

Study: Saguaro Survival Sign of Climate Change Effect

Scientist connects age of saguaros with volcanic activity that changed temperatures.

The Arizona Trail Opens New Paths for Tucson Resident

Accident leads to exercise and new discoveries

Saguaro Park Seeking Help with Buffelgrass Removal

The invasive, non-native plant spreads quickly in the Sonoran Desert.

$85M Allotted for Navajo Uranium Mine Cleanup

400 abandoned mines run by many companies now out of business.

Greenhouse Gas Surprise in Colorado River Pulse Flow

100,000 acre-feet released into delta had unexpected side effect, scientist says.

Public Meetings on Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon

State agency schedules three gatherings to take comments on permit proposals.

Rillito Anti-Flood Measures Troubling for Some Tucsonans

The project aims to mitigate future flooding but strips riverbed vegetation to do so.

Park Service Celebrates Centennial; Get in Free

Hope is to foster a new generation of stewards to protect the legacy of the parks.

Team 'Inks' Endangered Mouse in Arizona, New Mexico

NAU researchers confirm species' range in region using special inkpads.

AZPM Water Shortage Documentary to Air Nationally

Beyond the Mirage: The Future of Water in the West will be distributed through APT

Water to Keep Flowing to Arizona, Nevada from Colorado River, for Now

Despite record lows at Lake Mead, states aren't facing cutbacks in 2017

Rain Subsides, But Flooding, Dangerous Conditions Ongoing

Pima County Supervisor Bronson pulled from submerging car in north side wash.

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