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Future of water in Tucson

Summer Water Conservation Message Diminishes

Tucsonans no longer asked to “Beat the Peak” during the hot afternoons

Black Bear discovered in Huachuca Mountains

Second Bear Attack Reported in AZ

May be same animal that attacked woman in May

Tonto Fire Roars Past 11,000 Acres

Rincon Mountains blaze hits 7,500 acres, but is nearing containment

Tucson Water Offers Rebates for Harvesting Rainwater

Amount could be as high as $2,000, depending on circumstances

The Tucson Watergardeners, organized in 1999, encourages and supports water gardens and their plants and fish.

Gardeners Grow Desert Oases

The Tucson Watergardeners create lush gardens in dry desert

Suntran rider paying fare

‘National Dump the Pump Day’ is Thursday

People are encouraged to ride public transportation to save money

Progress Reported on Tonto Fire

At 2,600 acres, it's 40% contained; no structures threatened

Tonto Forest Fire Exceeds 3,000 Acres

3 miles south of Superior; nearly 200 firefighters on the lines

New Fire in Tonto Forest Nears 1,000 Acres

No structures threatened, but hot, dry conditions worry firefighters

Get Ready for Lightning, Flash Floods

AZ pushes preparedness with Monsoon Awareness Week

Luis Carrión has an update on the aftermath of the recent rains and Fires.

Fire-Preventing Forest Thinning to Begin

Part of Arizona's Four Forests Restoration Initiative for 300,000 acres

An aerial tanker over ther Gladiator Fire in northern Arizona begins dropping its fire retardant.

House OKs Speedy Aerial Tanker Buy

Waiting period waived for Forest Service purchase of new fire-fighting planes

Fire Restrictions Extented to Grand Canyon

Bans in effect in many parts of AZ as hot, dry conditions increase

Pima County Library’s Bookbike

Custom bike delivers free books, promotes literacy and touts bicycling.

Tombstone Wins OK to Do Water Source Work

City officials say Forest Service gave permission after several earlier refusals

Get the Lead Out of Ammo, Lawsuit Says

Claim: It's killing condors, eagles, other wildlife when they consume it

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