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After a record-breaking 2020, experts predict 2021 will offer little relief, which could have devastating results for Arizona.
Tucson's BioDome2 is showing researchers that the rainforest can handle rising temperatures better than initially thought.
Phoenix saw both the hottest summer and autumn in the city's history in 2020.
Wildfires have burned more acres in 2020 than the two previous years combined. And, thanks to climate change, it’s only poised to get worse.
Yassamin Ansari faces off against Cinthia Estela this March in the runoff election for Phoenix City Council.
The 84-acre Rio Verde Ranch is now part of the Prescott National Forest, thanks to the efforts of conservation nonprofit Trust For Public Land.
Arizona has experienced record wildfires this year, with blazes lasting longer than normal into the summer due to a lackluster monsoon season.
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