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Robin Reineke with the Missing Migrant Project locks up unidentified belongings that were found in the desert along the border between the United States and Mexico.

Demographics Changing for Migrant Deaths in the Desert

Report shows more people from Central America crossing into the U.S.

The tenth anniversary of the Aspen Fire on Mt. Lemmon; what does the mountain look like now, how is it recovering, concerns for the future

Wildfire on Mount Lemmon Burns 200 Acres

Blaze possibly caused by lightning Sunday evening continues to grow on site of Aspen Fire of decade ago.

Prescott in Mourning: 19 Firefighters Killed

1,000 jam auditorium for memorial; tears, eulogies, prayers, moment of silence mark Sunday's tragedy.

If There's Extraterrestrial Life, How Did it Come About?

NASA awards $1.5M to UA scientist to try finding commonalities in life's evolution through study of algae.


'Excessive Heat' Warning Remains in Effect in AZ

Temperatures to 116 Sunday, with limited outdoor activity advised; monsoon coming, but not soon enough.

Mohave County Gets Federal Wind Farm OK

Project will include 243 turbinesd to generate electricity for up 175,000 homes, employ 750 people.

The elusive Queen of the Night flower is in full bloom.

Desert Mystery: Queen of the Night Flower

Night-blooming cereus cactus blooms in dark for reasons unknown; May-July is its season.

Weekend Heat Wave Could Usher In Rains Next Week

110°+ temps are part of final ingredient needed to start monsoon moisture, meteorologists say.

Phil Pearthree, research geologist at the Arizona Geological Survey, talks about debris flows that have happened in the past, and where they might occur in the future.

Monsoon Rains Bring the Risk of Debris Flows

Wildfires Make Debris Flows More Likely

How Men and Women Cooperate

Researcher says romantic couples experience cooperation differently

Here we have the exterior of Biosphere 2 which is illuminated by a beautiful, golden sunlight.

AZ Illustrated Nature: Staying Cool in the Summer Heat

Learn about way to see nature indoors.

Solar Energy Still Growing, Despite Reduced Incentives

Solar One Stop AZ provide information on solar energy in the Southern Arizona area

10/17/12. Rebecca Brukman. 
Image of landscape, featuring cloud cover, after monsoon.

Signs Point To Early Monsoon Rains

Forecaster predicts moisture will come not long after season's official start Saturday, similar to 2012.

Collaborative Effort Keeps an Eye On Wildfire

Multiple agencies share information and resources to monitor conditions and educate the public about fire safety

Plan Calls For Expanding Mexican Gray Wolf Range

Proposal allows more endangered wolves in eastern AZ; gives them more room to roam

Huachuca Area Herpetological Association Spreads Snake Awareness

Organization offers public outreach, events

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