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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.

Flames from a wildfire burn close to a structure

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.

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'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.

Jeff Flake discusses immigration reform and how he, along with eight other senators, are currently working on a proposal that would require compromise from both sides of the aisle.

Flake Asks for More Forest Thinning

Contracts to log in U.S. forests could help reduce massive fires in Arizona, senator says.

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.

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.

A sign at an inactive Patagonia mine warns people of the dangers inside.

Mining May Burgeon in Southern AZ

Several projects in addition to Rosemont planned on public lands, subject to extensive public review.

Weekend Heat Wave Could Usher In Rains Next Week

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

AZ Week: Election Law Changes and Wildfires

Arizona’s Vote ID law was struck down by the US Supreme Court but changes will come slowly.

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.

Increased Fire Restrictions In Coronado

National forest bans campfires, most stoves as wildfire threat increases

Rosemont Groundwater Permit Upheld

Administrative judge halts challenge of permit for water facilities at proposed mine

SunZia Power Line Project Advances

Government releases final environmental study on plan to string transmission lines across 500+ miles of AZ, NM

A solar panel at the Mother of Sorrows Catholic Parish and School.

Using Sun to Keep Medicine Cold

Local company makes solar-powered vaccine refrigerators for remote clinics, branches out to military uses.

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