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Digging Deeper - 7,000 feet - into Arizona's Copper Mines

'Arizona Week' goes underground to check in on one of the state's largest industries.

$5.9M for Water Conservation Near Fort Huachuca

Tucson non-profit Arizona Land and Water Trust will get federal money.

Recycling Pickups Will Resume for South Tucson in April

Residents of the 1.2-square mile city have been without recycling since September.

The Art of Paying Attention: Hummingbird Etiquette

Beth Surdut tells about a treasure hunt that begins with bird droppings and leads to one of the desert's smallest, fastest inhabitants.

The plants that have survived, and even thrived, during the winter's cold spells at Tohono Chul Park are mostly native to the Sonoran Desert.

Where Are El Niño Rains? Maybe More, Come March

Weather pattern has also brought above-average temperatures to the region.

Tucson Latina finds purpose in politics, and the history of Shakespeare's First Folio.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Visit the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show with an avid shopper, and Beth Surdut pays attention to her desert neighbors, the coyote.

The Art of Paying Attention: Coyote

Author & illustrator Beth Surdut shares true stories about sharing the desert with the noisiest of neighbors.

The San Pedro River flows through Sierra Vista.

Municipalities Would Get More Water Control Under Bill

Legislation exempts cities, towns from their counties' authority to limit development.

An image of El Jefe, the only known jaguar in the United States, on video in the Santa Rita Mountains.

Jaguar Spotted on Video in Santa Rita Mountains

Jaguar habitat conservation group releases video of only known jaguar in United States

$500 Reward for Information About Cacti Vandalism

Sword-swinging man was seen walking neighborhood near damaged cacti

Cacti Vandalized in Tucson's Saguaro National Park West

Park officials seek information over hacking of 9 saguaros, 6 pirckly pears, 2 chollas.

Lawsuit: D-M Flights Numerous, Impact Wasn't Studied

Claim asks court to order environmental study of training flights at Tucson AF base.

State Wants to Reduce Wild Burro Herds Numbering 4,800

Federal agency says it must conduct environmental analysis before taking action.

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

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