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World War II hero Louis Zemperini has died at age 97.
Zamperini survived 47 days in a life raft in shark-infested waters and endured two year…
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Two Tucson men have pleaded guilty to charges of vandalizing cacti and a palo verde tree at Saguaro National Park East last May.
A hike, at its bare essence, is simply a vigorous venture out of the city and into the wild — a test of legs and lungs against a backdrop of scenic splendor.
A crew from the Southwest Conservation Corps passes a tag, one of 11 sprayed on saguaros in May along a 3.5-mile stretch of the Douglas Spring Trail in the Saguaro National Park Rincon District. The crew is cleaning up the damage.
Elephant Snot, a commercial cleaner made by a company called Graffiti Solutions, has proven effective on hard surfaces.
It's called Elephant Snot - yep, that's the brand name - and Saguaro National Park officials hope to learn by late July whether it's safe as well as effective in removing graffiti from cactuses.
Two men have been arrested in connection with vandalism in Saguaro National Park’s east unit, officials said Wednesday.
Two men sought by national park officials who may have knowledge of recent vandalism along a popular Tucson hiking trail came forward Tuesday.
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