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As we headed east toward Tucson on Interstate 10 last week, we saw two very bad accidents on the west bound I-10 in the middle of the desert a…

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Lead poisoning has been linked to lower IQs, behavioral problems and increased violence. And the condition persists as a public health problem…

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Utility looks to address long wait times during peak summer months.

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The water crisis in Flint is exacerbating concerns some in the Michigan city's Latino community have about deportation, immigration or even a …

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More lost in typical July than flows from Lake Powell to Lake Mead in average year.

Letters on Ann Day, misleading 123 advertising, mountain lion shootings. 

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Says legislation "threatens Arizona's water future."

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  • By Anthony Marroquin Cronkite News

Improved practices in Yuma's massive veggie fields have cut water use about 20 percent while boosting production.

TUESDAY, April 19, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Every city has its own character, and new research suggests that could even extend to a municipali…

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FRIDAY, April 15, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- The arrival of warm weather means millions of Americans will be heading out in their boats, so expe…

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In 1992, the Great Chicago Flood took place as the city's century-old tunnel system and adjacent basements filled with water from the Chicago River.

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But California officials say the legislation that Arizona water officials want is unneccessary and counterproductive.

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But California officials say the legislation that Arizona water officials want is unneccessary and counterproductive.

Autumn in Tucson: We share why fall is to be savored and enjoyed. 

TUESDAY, March 15, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Even if farmers stopped using nitrogen fertilizers today, levels of dangerous nitrates in rivers a…

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The runoff forecast for April through July is 80 percent of normal.

But Arizona water department chief says panel is fine as is.

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State dangerously close to backsliding on conservation.