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 Gayle Harrison Hartmann, Co-author of "Last Water on the Devil's Highway", speaks about her book.

Historic Site Offered Life-Saving Water for Weary Travelers

On Sonoran Desert's "Devil's Highway," a series of natural pools served travelers for thousands of years

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West Nile Cases Rise in U.S., Arizona

Mosquito-borne disease proliferates, but no cases in Pima County

Video Postcard Rattlesnake

Rattler Bites on Rise This Year

State poison control center reports most in 3 years

UPDATE: 2 Days in Jail for AZ's Biggest Fire

Neglectful campers led to 538,000-acre Wallow blaze in White Mountains

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Web Feature: A Burning Question

Researchers find that heat and growth go hand in hand for Arizona

Program Coordinator of the Sierra Club Borderlands Dan Millis speaks on the concern of environmental organizations about walls and other construction along the US-Mexico border that are creating carries for wildlife.

Border Barriers Create Concerns

Environmental groups worry about the impact of walls on wildlife along the U.S.-Mexico border

Heat Kills 2 in Yuma County

Woman in home, man outdoors die as temperatures exceed 110

Alan Forrest, Tucson Water Director discusses his recent hiring and what he brings to the table.

Water Director Explains Rate Increases

Tucson does great job conserving, but bills continue to climb

Mark McLemore speaks about the 2nd annual Tucson Bird and Wildlife Festival which is organized by the Tucson Audubon Society and is being held from Wednesday August 15 to Sunday August 19th.

Braving the Heat Brings Birding Rewards

Despite the heat, August offers unique opportunities for local birders

Fed Land Boosts Renewable Energy in AZ

Solar, wind projects will produce power for 1.5M homes

A California condor chick.

California Condor Thrives in Arizona

Record third wild-hatched chick this year brings state total to 77

Ph.D. Assistant Professor at the Unniversity of Arizona's School of Natural Resources & the Environment Gregg Garfin, talks about Arizona's state-wide drought plan and explaining what our options are.

Drought Contingency Planning Suggested

Expert shares observations about Arizona's ability to face ongoing dryness

The monsoon made a big impact this week, and the wet weather was a welcome reprieve from our areas ongoing drought conditions.

Strong Monsoon May Linger, Expert Says

So far, this year’s summer rains have delivered record-breaking amounts -- but will they last?

Two Western Arizona Sites Targeted For Solar Projects

Federal government streamlining process to build utility-scale solar projects on public lands in six states

State Lifts Most Fire Restrictions

Summer rains lessen threat in all but Arizona Strip, officials say

The University of Arizona Insect Collection currently houses more than 2 million specimens representing a substantial portion of the Southwest's known insect life.

New Funding To Revitalize UA Insect Collection

Upgraded facilities will provide greater access and help preserve specimens

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