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Tucson Buying More Solar Power from TEP
Corporation Commission vote allows city government to expand from 4% renewable energy to 10%.
Border National Monument is Center of Conflict
Organ Pipe Cactus Park has sparked issues among Border Patrol, ecologists, visitors.
Local Groups Bring Underprivileged Kids Outdoors
Organizations take them on trips they wouldn't be able to afford otherwise.
Yarnell Fire 100% Contained
U.S. Forest Service said the blaze that killed 19 Prescott firefighters ceased late Wednesday night.
Survey Finds Air Quality Important to Community
Pima County's campaign has received positive response from people, survey found.
New Insect-Based Protein Bar Promotes Water Sustainability
Crickets could be an uprising culinary delicacy.
AZ Sky Island Region: One of Most Diverse in US
Home to a variety of organisms, such as beetles, scorpions and crickets.
Ajo: From 'Food Desert' to 'Food Oasis' through Gardening
Healthy lifestyles, local sourcing goals of regional partnership for former mining community.
Mt. Lemmon Blaze Grows Slowly, to 280 Acres
50% contained, but flareups reported when high winds hit area near Molino Basin overnight Tuesday.
Mt. Lemmon Fees to Change Starting July 4
Recreation area will charge visitors in 11 individual sites instead of as a whole.
Deadly Wildfire Continues Out of Control
Blaze that killed 19 firefighters has 'high' potential for growing beyond its 8,400 acres, officials say.
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.
19 Firefighters Killed in Wind-Swept Blaze Near Prescott
'Hotshot' crew members caught as they were forced to deploy fire shelters, state forestry spokesman reports.
'Excessive Heat' Warning Remains in Effect in AZ
Temperatures to 116 Sunday, with limited outdoor activity advised; monsoon coming, but not soon enough.
Desert Mystery: Queen of the Night Flower
Night-blooming cereus cactus blooms in dark for reasons unknown; May-July is its season.
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