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Southern Arizona 'Drought-Free' for First Time in Five Years

Monsoon, El Niño bring plenty of moisture, but not enough to end being water smart.

On Aug. 5 2015 the EPA was investigating contamination of this old Colorado mine when it unexpectedly triggered a release of 3 million gallons of toxic waste.

Toxic Chemicals in State Recycled Less than Nationally

EPA's annual report tracks production, disposal of chemicals that harm health or environment.

House Speaker Wants State to Resist Federal Land Control

House committee wants to keep Arizona land in the hands of the state

New Yorker Brian Kent with his Nissan Leaf, which he's driving to all of the lower 48 states to promote electric vehicles.

New Yorker's Electric-Powered Road Trip Reaches Tucson

Brian Kent is cruising through the lower 48 states to show electric vehicles just need a place to plug in

Patagonia, Arizona and its surroundings attract thousands of tourists for birdwatching, hiking, dining and other activities.

Tucsonans: Plan for Summer Heat by Planting Trees Now

Trees for Tucson offering three trees for $15 to Tucson Electric Power customers

Mount Lemmon Ski Valley, north of Tucson, in January 2012.

Ski Resorts on Federal Land Must Prove Water Supply

New Forest Service rule will affect three spots in Arizona, including Mount Lemmon.

El Niño Winds, Rain 'Scrub' Arizona's Atmosphere

State air quality director says rains, cold temperatures help purify air.

Mountain Snowfall May Help Flagstaff's Water Supply

Two feet in mountains this week could allow city to reduce groundwater pumping.

De-Icer on Northern Arizona Roads Harms Pine Trees

Coconino County, Flagstaff switch back to environmentally friendlier cinders.

Birdwatchers look at Tucson wildlife from a distance.

Bird Watchers Look to Arizona Skies for Annual Count

National Audubon Society enlisted citizen scientists across the country for survey.

Arizona Spotlight for the 2015 holiday season

More local StoryCorps conversations; exploring the "Xenophobia Blues"; discovering Comet Catalina, and some of the year's best stories.

US Parks Draw Record Crowds Ahead of 100th Anniversary

Visitation to 409 National Parks estimated at 300M last year, even bigger in 2016.

Wanted: Tinsel-Free Christmas Trees for Recycling

Tucson has nine locations for annual Treecycle event through Jan. 12.

Mike Kazz, president for Grecycle, demonstrates how to turn turkey grease into fuel.

Don't Dump Grease, Cooking Oil; Recycle It with Pima County

County will take it Jan. 9 as a way to prevent clogged sewer lines.

Rock formations at Lake Powell, AZ

Utah Wants to Pipe Water 140 Miles from Lake Powell

86,000 acre-feet anually would supply booming area around town of St. George.

Students at the University of Arizona add their hand prints to a banner that will be displayed at the United Nations Climate Conference in Paris.

Historic Climate Accord A First Step, UA Professors Say

University of Arizona representatives say climate connects many issues

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