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Water levels at the Colorado River Basin.

Possible Water Shortage in CO River, Solutions Needed

US officials say this means including finding ways to reduce demand, conservation and better management of supplies.

St. Gregory College Preparatory School is installing one of the largest solar energy systems in a Tucson school, producing 140 kilowatts of electricity.

Burning Trash Not in Renewable Energy Standards

Court ruling said the Arizona Corporation Commission shouldn't have approved such method for a project.

Coronado National Forest Lifting Fire Restrictions Friday

Rainfall has lessened the risk of wildfires, some precautions still advised.

Lynda Bergsma, Ph.D., director of the Arizona State Office of Rural Health Program, speaks about how new technology may help bridge the gap of mental healthcare.

Rural Mental Health Care Via New Technology

Through satellites, people could access psychiatrists, psychologists whose offices are miles away.

Astronauts Doug Hurley (left) and Rex Walheim (right) listen as a Paragon employee shows them how the tubes they manufacture are made.

Tucson Company Welcomes Visit From Astronauts

Local aerospace industry helping build NASA's next generation of spacecraft.

A cactus forest at the Tucson Mountain Unit of Saguaro National Park

AZ Group Seeks Volunteers for Wilderness Areas

Coalition offers steward training to monitor 1 million acres of back country.

Officials: Government's Response to Wildfires Not Affected Yet

Obama administration says this year's budget cuts haven't harmed ability to fight fires.

View of the Yarnell Hill Fire south of Prescott. The 8,400-acre fire left 18 hotshot firefighters dead.

Yarnell Fire 100% Contained

U.S. Forest Service said the blaze that killed 19 Prescott firefighters ceased late Wednesday night.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with Arizona's federal officials about issues affecting Tucson.

City Approves Water Service Changes

Tucson's geographic limitations have been refined.

New Insect-Based Protein Bar Promotes Water Sustainability

Crickets could be an uprising culinary delicacy.

Monsoon rain is a common Tucson attraction during the month of July.

Heavy Rainfall Can Harm Roads

Damage is seen as potholes and cracks.

Justin Schmidt, Adjunct Scientist with the University of Arizona Department of Entomology, handles one of his many stinging insects which he uses to develop the Schmidt Sting Pain Index.

AZ Sky Island Region: One of Most Diverse in US

Home to a variety of organisms, such as beetles, scorpions and crickets.

Bruce Tabashnik, Head of the University of Arizona Department of Entomology, discusses how pests are adapting to GMO plants and what we can lean from these quickly adaptable pests.

GMOs: Safe, Productive for Protecting Crops

They are resistant to pests, protect yields from harmful insects, and safe to humans.

View of the Yarnell Hill Fire south of Prescott. The 8,400-acre fire left 18 hotshot firefighters dead.

Yarnell Residents Expected to Return Home Monday

Nearly 130 homes, structures were destroyed; 19 firefighters died in the deadly fire.

Our Great Outdoors

Discussing monsoon rains in the month of July, season brings a change of pace to the desert.

Our state's economic recession has had a big impact on organizations like The Humane Society of Southern Arizona. They now have to work harder to find the funding they need to deal with the ever-growing population of stray, abandoned, and abused animals.

Number of Stray, Runaway Animals Rises in July

While weather may be the main cause, Fourth of July celebrations also have a role.

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