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Historic Park's Pond Drying Because of Drought

Distinctive desert-meets-swamp characteristic of Tucson's Agua Caliente Park is slowly disappearing.

Mirror Lab In High Production

Optics being created simultaneously for three separate major telescope projects

Indians Third Largest Immigrant Group In US, Report Says

In AZ, Indians account for nearly 3 percent of the state’s foreign-born population, US Census says.

UA Researchers Help Develop New Optics System for Telescopes

New type of camera developed takes the clearest images ever of distant celestial objects.

Smithsonian Shares Parts of Rare Meteorite with ASU

Meteor exploded in a fireball over Calif. last year; four other institutions will receive a sample.

AZ Poison, Drug Center: Caution with Baby Rattlesnakes

The agency says they deliver as much poison as an adult; unable to rattle meaning they can approach people unwarned.

McCain Highlighting Efforts to Protect, Preserve Condors

AZ senator supports programs promoting use of non-lead ammunition in hunting rifles; bird deaths tied to lead poisoning.

AZ Game and Fish: Leave Fawns in the Wild

Agency recently received 2 baby deer from people who thought they were rescuing the animals.

Changes Made to Popular AZ Hike After 3 Deaths

Trail leading to 'The Wave' is a common spot for people to get lost; more precautions have been added.

UA Researches How to Use Less Water, Maintain Grass

A study began to look at how various turf grasses would survive with decreased irrigation rates, make golf courses eco-friendlier.

Research Works to Understand Retinal Damage in Diabetics

UA scientists looking into what leads to blindness in adults with the disease, hopefully counteract it in the future.

New Study: Warfare May Not Be Part of Human Nature

An adjunct research scientists at the UA led investigation, says group-on-group violence is relatively new.

Homebuilders' Suit Disputing Santa Cruz River Dismissed

The national association claims navigable waters have caused them, their properties harm; judge says they failed to prove issue.

Rebecca Brukman. 10/22/12.
Two fishermen in boat at Lake Patagonia.

AZ Game and Fish Considering Overhaul of Licensing

Department's commission meeting Saturday to vote on proposed changes to fishing, hunting licenses.

Saguaros flourish in the Sonoran Desert

Suspect Charged in Saguaro National Park Vandalism

16-year-old boy alleged to have spray-painted graffiti on 11 saguaros, other spots in May.

EPA: AZ's Air Quality Rules Don't Pass Federal Muster

The agency rejected the state's air quality and regional haze plans.

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