After years of litigation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services designated over 700,000 acres in Arizona and New Mexico as "critical habitat" for jaguars.While jaguars have been on the endangered species list since 1972, it's only been as a foreign species, meaning the U.S. government did not need to com ... More >>
Chandler Police DepartmentElizabeth and Dana DavisA missing New Mexico couple -- last seen in Chandler last week -- lived in their car for five days to avoid storms that pounded eastern Arizona over the weekend after they got lost in a remote area east of GlobeChandler Detective Seth Tyler says D ... More >>
Authorities are looking for a black bag Jared Loughner's believed to have removed from a vehicle owned by his family on the morning of Saturday's tragedy in Tucson.Authorities investigating the shooting rampage in Tucson on Saturday are looking for a black bag at the center of an argument between ... More >>
www.wikipedia.comIf you plan on killing a blue heron with a golf club, don't do it in front of "bird lovers." That's some advice from a 78-year-old Bullhead City man who was cited last week by the Arizona Game and Fish Department for doing exactly that.
Pinal County Sheriff's Office That deer is a Pinal County man's pet.We can understand the benefit of having most pets. Dogs make you feel like a rock star every time you walk in the door, fish are fun to look at, and cats...well, people seem to like 'em.What we can't figure out, however, i ... More >>
Are 18 birds in the nest worth 21 billion gallons of water down the drain?
Painted Rock Reservoir's beauty is deceiving. It's one of the most toxic sinkholes in America
Tolerance of ranching puts The Nature Conservancy at odds with the environmental community
Some people golf. Some people fish. Some people collect stamps. Dale Burton spends his free time studying and caring for rattlesnakes.
A mining company mucks out its own mess at Pinto Creek
Increasingly, public officials ignore laws they're paid to uphold. Citizens and interest groups regularly drag these same bureaucrats into court, trying to ensure that the laws of the land are enforced. But now even the courts, once bastions of authority,
A battle of GOP extremes pits environmentalist Robin Silver against conservative Congressman John Shadegg
That's how much taxpayers shelled out for a historic house that will anchor a "serenity park." That's a lot of money, considering the sellers had offered to move the house--at their cost--to another park.
THE KLUMPS HAVE RUN COWS ON PUBLIC LAND FOR DECADES. NOW THEY'RE TELLING THE GOVERNMENT THEY OWN IT.