Tucson is looking pretty green! Check out the views from Sabino Canyon following this summer's above-average rainfall.
Make sure to check the weather before heading to Sabino Canyon as some trails and areas may be closed due to flooding.
Through Thursday night, Tucson was less than half an inch away from the amount of rain it usually sees in an average year. And more storms are on the way. Check our map to see how much your part of town has received.
The desert is thriving thanks to monsoon rains. Here are some spots where you can enjoy the …
Heavy rainfall in Tucson on Tuesday morning caused flooding in Sabino Canyon, leading to tem…
For Star subscribers: July rain totals — so far — range from 3 to 15 inches in the greater Tucson area. Use our map to see how much fell on your part of town.
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Tucson's record-breaking monsoon has created favorable conditions for pests like mosquitoes, flies and moths.
For Star subscribers: The closures come as a group gears up to try to rein in the unregulated agricultural pumping that state officials say has caused the land subsidence that triggered the fissuring.
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