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The Art of Paying Attention: Bats

Author and wildlife illustrator Beth Surdut peers into the twilight world of the most famous creature of the night - the bat!

The Grand Canyon in northern Arizona.

Grand Canyon Trust Creates Plan for Climate Change

'Southwest right in climate crosshairs ... a hotspot of projected change,' official says.

Looking down at Havasu Falls.

Petition Calls for New Grand Canyon National Monument

Environmentalists and Native Americans deliver 500,000 signatures to White House.

2016 Smokehouse Fire in Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming.

Will High-Tech Cameras Replace Humans in Mountain Lookouts?

'Old-school' Arizona forest managers resist changeover, preferring human touch.

An intense rainstorm floods the mall on campus of the University of Arizona.

Tucson Recorded 1.59 Inches of Rain in June, Second Most

Rainfall total for month topped 1 inch two other times, including record 2.07 in 1938.

NOVA Fireworks Spiral Light

Fire Officials Warn of Dangers With 4th of July Celebration

Many holiday festivities could spark urban and wild fires if residents are not careful.

Proposal Pitches A New National Park in Arizona

Residents hope to turn Chiricahua National Monument into national park.

Brendan McDonough, former Granite Mountain Hotshots crew member.

Three Years After Yarnell Fire, Sense of Loss Lingers

'Arizona Week' hears from hotshot still mourning his 19 fallen brethren.

Brendan McDonough, former Granite Mountain Hotshots crew member.

Yarnell Anniversary: Hotshot Mourns Loss of 'My Brothers'

Hotshot Brendan McDonough discusses that day and his recovery in aftermath.

Weather Helps Slow Spread of Redington Fire East of Tucson

The 'Racetrack Fire' started Sunday, spread to 800 acres by Monday morning

When We Go Home, Power Use Goes Up

Air conditioning usage spikes when residential units are cranked up.

Desert Heat: Deaths, Rescuers and Ways to Stay Safe

4 people die in record 115-degree heat; how do Tucsonans cope?

Tucson firefighters pull four people from a car swept downstream near East Lee Street and North 9th Avenue in Sunday's rainstorm.

Four Rescued from Rain-Swollen Wash in Tucson; No One Injured

Monsoon under way; caution urged in traversing flooded roadways.

Tucsonans Use More Water After Hot Days, Not During

Water utility says data show Mondays after hot weekends are high-use days.

Volunteers with Southern Arizona Rescue Association return to the trailhead June 20. A hiker went missing, one was rescued and a third died on the trail June. 19, and the search continues for the missing hiker.

Missing Hiker Found Dead; 4th Victim of Record Heat Wave

Four deaths in Tucson area from 115-degree heat last weekend.

What Does Lake Mead's Record Low Level Portend for State?

'Arizona Week' explores current conditions, future prospects for key water supply.

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