Readers sound off about Syrian refugees, Rosemont mine film, bighorn sheep release.
Twenty-nine bighorn sheep were released into the Catalina Mountains early Monday.
Reader opinions on bighorn project, graphene power source, Obama in Alaska.
Letters on big money donors, college costs, private schools, Medicaid co-pays.
Readers make their point on unsustainable programs, supporting teachers, defunding Planned Parenthood.
Opinions on cigarette taxes, human trafficking bill, adopting geriatric pets, Huckabee cartoon.
The club, which promotes big-game hunting worldwide, issued a statement late Wednesday.
Letters on Kayla Mueller, anti-semitism, governor's visitor logs, rainbow flag.
First-hand experience shows threat to pets, wild animals, children, adults, crops.
The closure was extended until next Sept. 30 or until rescinded.
It’s hard not to chuckle at how hard some people have to work to not say something. A great example is Gerry Perry’s Dec. 23 guest opinion, “Hunting benefits Arizona.”
Gunfire no longer echoes across once-popular shooting sites in Redington Pass, and the U.S. Forest Service plans to resume environmental cleanup work Monday to analyze and remove soil contaminated by shooting debris.
Arizona game officials are investigating the killing of up to 10 javelinas, the remains of which were found Thursday morning near Saguaro National Park East.
PHOENIX – Rodney Behrens stood at the edge of Encanto Park’s lake, attaching bait to a fishing pole not far from one he had already cast in hopes of hooking catfish.
When the news came out that bighorn sheep will be reintroduced to the Santa Catalinas, suspicions quickly arose: They must be doing it so hunters can kill the sheep.
MIDLAND, Texas — Four people are dead and 17 others are injured after a train slammed into a parade float headed to a West Texas event honoring wounded veterans, authorities say.
The state Game and Fish Department is offering a $1,750 reward for information leading to arrests in the illegal killings of at least three Gould’s turkeys in the Josephine Canyon area southeast of Green Valley.
ALBUQUERQUE — A shooting range and gun store is scheduled to hold a two-day contest to see who can kill the most coyotes in New Mexico.
PHOENIX - Arizonans may soon be able to hunt more quietly.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering a reward of up
to $1,250 for information leading to an arrest after a deer’s head
was found at Tucson Mountain Park.