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Without government aid, fishermen in Mexico return to endangered porpoise habitat
Fishermen in the Sea of Cortez say they haven't received compensation like in previous years, so they're returning to the vaquita marina's waters for shrimp season.
Deal will use Bisbee wastewater to recharge San Pedro River aquifer
The project is meant to support the health of the river following decades of agricultural pumping.
Tucson is getting electric buses, but more people are choosing to drive
The buses could reduce the city's greenhouse gas emissions, but ridership is at a 10-year low.
31 bison from Grand Canyon sent to Oklahoma tribe
Park officials say the hundreds of bison at the park are harming water sources and the landscape.
Wildfire evacuation forces 1,000 Prescott-area residents from their homes
The Johnson fire started on the last full day of summer.
Park Service: New border wall will threaten critical archaeological sites
A report by the agency details impacted sites in Arizona's Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.
Court halts timber activity in Southwest over threatened owl
A U.S. district judge said government agencies have shirked their responsibility to count the Mexican spotted owl.
Cochise County group says environmental lawsuits harm landowners, economy
An environmental advocate countered saying the group is aligned with the company behind a planned development in Benson.
Tumamoc Desert Lab revives century-old greenhouse
The plant collection is designed to expand public understanding of desert plants and where they originated.
It's always bat night at the Mission Garden.
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Air Force secretary nominee promises to help with pollution in communities like Tucson
PFAS chemicals have been found in wells in the Tucson area.
UA Special Collections: Preserving the Stories
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Mexican authorities meet with Rio Sonora mining spill victims
A legal representative of residents affected by the spill said the dialogue is a result of pressure the communities have put on authorities.
Tortoise deserves endangered species protections, enviro groups say
Two conservation groups have filed suit over what they say is the failure of the federal government to protect the Sonoran desert tortoise.
Opinions divided on massive Benson housing development
Backers see the project as an economic boon; opponents worry it will deplete local groundwater and harm the environment.
New border wall could further deplete groundwater supplies
Some scientists and conservationists worry the water needs of the new border wall could put a valuable desert oasis at risk.
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