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Stakeholders Reflect On Deadline Passage of Arizona Drought Plan

Lawmakers adopted a plan that stakeholders have been negotiating since last summer.

A Fascination for Fishing Cats

A University of Arizona scientist is helping the rare and unique felines.

UA Conservationist Helps Water-Loving Feline Survive

Fishing cats of Southeast Asia are threatened by loss of habitat.

Documentary On Plight of Endangered Porpoise Heading to Sundance

The documentary follows the plight of the Sea of Cortez's vaquita marina, which is on the verge of extinction.

Raw Sewage From Sonora Reaches Nogales, Arizona

Overflow from a sewage treatment plant flowed across the border into the Nogales Wash.

Deadline Nears for Colorado River Drought Plan

Arizona's plan has yet to be approved the the state Legislature, while other six states have already agreed to plans.

Wading Into Colorado River Negotiations

Time is almost up for Arizona to approve a drought contingency plan.

Volunteers Say Shutdown is Curtailing Vital Work at Wildlife Refuge

Work is being left undone at the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge as volunteers can't access facilities or use tools.

Sierra Vista to Run Controlled Burns Next Week

City hopes to head off mosquito growth near wastewater facility.

Drought Hangover Likely to Deplete Spring Runoff, Report Says

Despite "OK" snowpack, the hot and dry conditions of 2018 put the Southwest in a drought hangover.

Climate Change Endangering Arizona's Natural Resources, Prof Says

Stuart Marsh wants policymakers to understand links between natural resources and the environment

Conference Brings Discussion of Mining Industry's Future in Arizona

The governor's moratorium on regulations could bring more mining development to the state.

Author Sees Food Systems as a Way to Unite People

Tucson resident says communities across the country are joining forces for the common good.

Chinese Smuggling Bust Could Help Endangered Porpoise in Mexico

The illegal hunting of the totoaba fish swim bladders is considered the leading threat to the vaquita marina.

Chiricahua National Monument Closes to Visitors

Officials cite "health and safety concerns" on day 12 of shutdown.

The City Will Recycle Your Christmas Tree, Which Can Become a Fire Risk

The TreeCyle Program will mulch trees, which eventually become a hazard even when watered.

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