A wildfire fueled by high temperatures and strong winds roared into a central Washington neighborhood Sunday, destroying properties and forcin…
Fear in Arizona is growing, but outside experts are doubtful. Here's why.
Proposed limits on new irrigation pit longtime farmers against newcomers.
Tucson Audubon Society cities EPA objections to 2006 Corps development permit.
An air of decline and strange beauty permeates the Salton Sea as the California lake keeps shrinking.
Environmentalists are pleased; developers are frustrated.
Could indicate what's to come as temperatures continue to climb across the Southwest, experts say.
"The era of cheap water in the Southwest is over," warns a leading expert.
Debate sparks over whether to legally regulate ammunition in Arizona hunting.
Three-quarters of Arizonans think government should cap emissions to counter climate change.
Population growth in cities served by the over-tapped river, including Tucson, a big concern.
Rosemont Mine could dry up success stories Cienega Creek and Empire Gulch, critics fear
Forest Service says they're no big deal; BLM fears effect on nearby groundwater
Agency backtracking from statement that Forest Service was addressing its concerns about mine.
Argues that state regulators aren't doing enough to protect neighboring streams from pollution.