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Arizona reopened too quickly. Now Indigenous nations are paying the price.
Tribal governments moved quickly to promote science-driven emergency orders, but the death toll keeps rising.
Behind the looking glass of the world’s biggest telescope
It will take University of Arizona scientists a year to polish each 18-ton mirror. They plan to finish by 2028.
Heat waves are cooking the Southwest. Is this climate change?
Carbon pollution is upping the odds of extreme heat.
Arizona Town Hides License Plate Readers In Cacti
Henceforth known as cact-eye
Arizona’s First Bitcoin ATM Goes Kablooey
Lightning strike stymies Tucson cryptocurrency machine
Predicting Wildfires Could Save Lives. So Why Are We So Bad At It?
As average temperatures continue to rise, wildfires in the West are projected to increase 650 percent annually
How Hard Is It To Shoot Down A Small Drone? [Video]
With just machine guns? Very.
Reporters Aren’t Drawing The Connection Between Climate Change And Wildfires
A Media Matters analysis shows just 4 percent of recent TV reports and 9 percent of print articles mentioned climate change when reporting on wildfires.
Northern Arizona University To Use RFID Tags to Monitor Student Attendance
Lazy college students are Arizona’s latest target of identity-tracking. Students at Northern Arizona University are protesting a plan to monitor … Continued