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Work continues to stabilize the slopes on Slate Creek Hill south of Payson, where a large landslide took out the highway many years ago and continues to threaten State Route 87.
The exclusive finding suggests the jaguar's range may be expanding—and a new study verifies the U.S. has plentiful habitat to reclaim if the cats can reach it.
Even though Tucson gets most of its water from the Colorado River, its top water official says the city can withstand the deepest cut it’s likely to get from that supply in the foreseeable future.
The first step? Don’t panic.
Genomics studies are helping to reveal how bacteria and archaea influence one of Earth’s largest carbon stores as it begins to thaw.
Arizona is one of the fastest growing states in the country, with enviable economic expansion and population growth.
On the day President Joe Biden took office, he put a pause on border wall construction, a centerpiece of former President Donald Trump’s immigration policy.
What Phoenix Heberling remembers most about the tornado is the screaming. She was 2, living in a trailer park in rural Indiana, and her father and some friends were having a party when he got a phone call.
Bone dry fuels.
Yep. Critical fire weather.
And it’s just barely March.
Our sewage contains important biomarkers that can tell researchers about a community's diet, drug intake, and even the presence of COVID-19.