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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.

Retired US Sen. Jon Kyl (third from left), White Mountain Apache Chairman Ronnie Lupe (center), US Interior Secretary Sally Jewell (to Lupe's left) and U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (second from right) with members of White Mountain Apache Tribe.

Clean Water Agreement, Through Congress, Signed for AZ Tribe

Under $200M federal allocation, White Mountain Apaches will get 'clean water for another 100 years.'

Saguaro National Monument sign

Suspect Detained in Case of Graffiti on Saguaro Cactuses

16-year-old in custody, accused of felony vandalism; also suspected in 140 incidents of graffiti, police say.

Feds Hold Jaguar Sanctuary Meeting

Public invited to Sierra Vista gathering Tuesday; state game officials oppose plan to set aside 1,300 sq. miles.

Mark Candy, collections manager at the University of Arizona Mineral Museum, gives insight and history of the Mineral Museum.

UA Mineral Museum Receives Its Largest Donation Ever

The collection will help create database used for non-destructive sampling technology.

Ak-Chin Tribe Finds Alternative Water Source

Treatment plant makes water from Colorado River via Central Arizona Project clean, drinkable.

Storm Closes Roads, Snarls Traffic, Damages School

Power poles down on South Side; up to one inch of raifall reported in some spots.

Buffelgrass

Spraying Buffelgrass From Helicopter Effective But Costly

County-tested treatment for invasive species not being implemented because it's too expensive.

Coal Plant Operator Proposes Partial Shutdown

Navajo station would meet EPA standards by closing one of three generating stations at Page by 2020.

Agua Caliente park

Dumped Exotic Fish Challenge Native Species

Agua Caliente Park waters 'contaminated by exotic fish,' Pima County parks manager says.

Ph.D. Assistant Professor at the Unniversity of Arizona's School of Natural Resources & the Environment Gregg Garfin, talks about Arizona's state-wide drought plan and explaining what our options are.

Climate Change Leading to Tree Infestations, Die-off

Higher temperature, lower precipitation weaken trees, leaving them vulnerable to insect attacks.

There is one idea which would spend billions of additional dollars for personnel, equipment and barriers along the border with Mexico, but this is raising red flags for environmentalists.

Proposed Barriers Along Border Could Harm Wildlife

The issue has raised flags among environmentalists, who argue it could be devastating to the area's natural surroundings.

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