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Tissue samples could tell what caused recent bighorn deaths in the Catalinas.

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What will it look like in a few decades? No one knows.

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Rosemont Mine could dry up success stories Cienega Creek and Empire Gulch, critics fear

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A trip to Kentucky Camp reveals a century-old mining town.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

City claimed perpetual right to water from the Huachuca Mountains.

Hikers get bird's-eye views and a good workout on the Phoneline.

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Great Old Broads for Wilderness welcomes members of all ages and genders.

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Plans for helicopter landings in wilderness areas face opposition from environmental groups.

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The small gain (two) signals stability in the Mount Graham population.

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It's barely a month until winter, but summer wildflowers are still blooming.

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Land-use agreements will protect vital wildlife corridors from development.

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A 19-mile stretch of Forest Road 42 is closed.

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Work will help cut wildfire risk, improve habitat.

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Wildlife officials want to use helicopters to manage bighorn sheep.

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Two Oracle-area couples claimed their properties were destroyed in a backburn.

2011 wildfire was started by a company employee.

  • Arizona Daily Star

No structures are threatened.

The difference in size and scale between the current owners of the proposed Rosemont Mine and its suitor is staggering, their financial reports show.

The federal government formally announced Friday that it will restart reviews of the proposed Rosemont Mine’s impacts on eight endangered spec…