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A planned project for 7,000 homes and apartments in Sierra Vista now sits in legal limbo due to a judge’s ruling overturning state approval of it.

  • By Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star

PHOENIX — Arizona’s management of the San Pedro River went on trial here Monday.

  • The Associated Press

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will soon begin removing unexploded ordnance from outside Fort Huachuca within the San Pedro Riparian Nationa…

  • RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Try though he did to stay dry, this cyclist couldn't protect himself from Friday's rain on North Stone Avenue at Speedway. Still, it was littl…

  • Tom Beal Arizona Daily Star

It was a productive July for monsoon rains in Southern Arizona, particularly atop our mountains and along our southern border.

  • Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star

On the surface, new litigation over the San Pedro is pitting the Southwest's last major free-flowing river against the future of Sierra Vista …

  • MIKE CHRISTY / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Dead trees lie piled along the San Pedro River in Sierra Vista. Environmental activists and the federal Bureau of Land Management have filed s…

  • MIKE CHRISTY / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

A sign warns hunters and trespassers to keep clear of land proposed for 6,900 homes and apartments, which would be developed north of Buffalo …