Where golfers once tossed discs into baskets, the Santa Cruz River now flows.
Report is blasted by the mining company but generally praised by Patagonia town manager.
Wyoming says procedure can increase snowfall by 5 to 15 percent.
Neighbors aren't happy with Materion's plan to replace outside air monitoring network.
But environmentalists and ranchers aren't happy with the new federal guidelines.
Court hearing over permit issued by ADEQ to allow mine to operate.
Four of six warmest years on record have occurred since 2009.
Levels were "way above any standards," says Geological Survey hydrologist.
Early hints at potential environmental drawbacks are appearing.
But agreement delays CAP shortages by just a couple of years.
Vegetation greened up from Mexican border down to the Sea of Cortez.
Still uncertain why they are here, if climate change is a factor.
Neighbors near closed ranch are drawing from steadily declining private wells.
Studies project major future declines and some increases in birds' ranges.
They're now allowed to roam only in Eastern Arizona, southwest New Mexico.
Scientists flying the unmanned crafts this week at Las Cienegas, near Douglas.
The far-northeast-side tract uses triple the citywide average water use.
Small businesses and curb cuts will be eligible by July.
But the 600 who have received them aren't actually using less water.
Its collar resembles those on endangered gray wolves, says Fish and Wildlife Service.
Jack and Emily Jean Snider have hauled their own water for 30 years.
City aquifer called stable, but some worry more problems lurk in future.
Mike Bong, who lives in the Santa Rita Mountain foothills, hooks up a water tank to a spigot in the Vail area because his well at home doesn’t work. Bong says he’s been hauling water for 10 years.
Agency draws flak from environmentalists for its handling of Trench Mine runoff.
Toxic heavy metals may have leached into the water during heavy rains.
Federal regulations will cut sulfur dioxide emissions 85 percent at the smelters.
But failure wouldn’t prevent owner from getting the water permit it needs.
Opponents wonder if Hudbay is seeking to expand the proposed mine.
Bowden could grasp essence of a person in minutes, but could stick to a single subject for years.
Existing forecasts "critically underestimate" risks in Southwest, new study says.
Construction of the outlet center in Marana is set to start this week.
But developer isn't talking about its plans or whether tenants have been signed up.
Wildlife service supervisor changed his staff's findings, records show.
Possible ramifications loom for Rosemont Mine, Fort Huachuca.
Her unflagging devotion to bats will be missed, authorities say.
A declining Lake Mead could speed plans for full-scale recycling.
Navajo would close by 2044. Sierra Club may sue to block plan.
Critics say any mitigation deal could help the mine win approval.
This Q&A with company officials covers Rosemont environmental, business, transportation issues.
Environmentalists continue to push for a coal-free plant in Tucson.
Reservoir that supplies Western drinking water is at record low level.
Beautiful lands are for sale everywhere — will they be preserved or developed?
David Schutz paid $4.6 million in 1986 for 540 acres in the Tortolitas; now he will ask nearly $3 million for the parcel at auction in August.
The northern Mexican gartersnake has joined the ranks of federally protected species.
Arizona will be hit harder than most states, a new report says.
2011 wildfire was started by a company employee.
But stock prices jumped for Rosemont Copper's parent company.
Proposed Rosemont Mine now has more money to fight opponents
Hudbay Minerals Inc. and Augusta Resource Corp. announced early today that the two companies have agreed on a friendly takeover bid for the British Columbia company that owns the proposed Rosemont Mine site near Tucson.
The Santa Cruz River hasn’t flowed through Tucson in 70 years — but some local officials would like to change that.