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As Tumamoc Hill closes, Saguaro National Park stays open, suspending fees and closing visitor centers
The park is also canceling programs in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The 89-90 Trip: Canada at Last
The road trip draws to a close with the final destination just around the bend.
Celebrate Christmas the John Waters way.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: "The 89-90 Trip" spends a day in Yellowstone National Park; and the legacy of ecologist Aldo Leopold.
House passes bill banning future Grand Canyon uranium mining
The bill would block mining on 1 million acres near the Grand Canyon.
Project to restore murals at Grand Canyon watchtower done
Crews have been working over the past four years to conserve murals created in the 1930s.
Environmentalists concerned about two dam proposals near Grand Canyon
Opponents say the projects would disrupt the ecology of the area and damage a site sacred to the Hopi Tribe.
31 bison from Grand Canyon sent to Oklahoma tribe
Park officials say the hundreds of bison at the park are harming water sources and the landscape.
Environmental groups call on Arizona to close uranium mine
The groups cite flooding of the mine that threatens to contaminate drinking water.
Bike Ranch resort approved in Saguaro National Park East buffer zone
Cycling resort 5 years in the making gets the go-ahead from the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
Pima County to update the backstops in its archery ranges
The county will replace equipment in the Tucson Mountain Park and Southeast Regional Park archery ranges
Grand Canyon named International Dark Sky Park
Park workers have retrofitted more than 1,500 light fixtures with LED bulbs and shields focusing light on the ground.
New park safety program being piloted in Tucson
The Police Department and Parks and Recreation have teamed up to add safety patrols in city parks.
Grand Canyon fossil footprints reveal early desert dwelling animals
Fossil footprints survive as evidence of the animal occupants of a Northern Arizona desert of dunes that existed before the age of dinosaurs.
Border Wall to Go Up in National Monument, Wildlife Refuge
DHS has again waived environmental laws to build more barriers along the southern border.
Fire Managers Setting Prescribed Burns This Week
National Park Service to ignite 500-plus acres east of Tucson.
Study Finds 96 Percent Of National Parks Have Significant Levels of Air Pollution
The study also found that climate change is a significant concern for most national parks.
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