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    nights of rain helped put much of the fire out now in hands of Ranger District Sunday Storms Slow Two Tucson Area Wildfires Blazes burning in Catalinas Santa Ritas lose speed after recent monsoon downpour Monsoon Rains Expected to Pick Up after Slow Start Forecasts show high chance of above average precipitation for rest of the season Monsoon Season Can Make Pets Stressed Pima Animal Care Center says loud thunder heavy rain can frighten animals Sluggish Monsoon Season Expected to Pick Up Tucson s rainfall below normal other areas seeing increased precipitation Lightning Caused Fire Near Catalina State Park Grows Buster Mountain Fire visible from NW Tucson but not near any buildings Toads Turtles and Tarantulas Get Busy During Monsoon The monsoon motivates movement and reproduction in the Sonoran desert Wildfire Managers Turn Focus to Prevention After years of record breaking conflagrations calmer season brings a break Mesquite Bean Season in the Desert Can You Eat Them Identify the edible seedpods in your neighborhood with local harvesters Meteorologist Incoming Storm is Start of Monsoons Weather system will likely bring heavy winds heavy rain by the weekend Community Effort Tracks San Pedro River s Health Volunteers will map flows for waterway that s vital to people and wildlife previous 1 2 3 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 34 collection categories click any filter to remove it Monsoon News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Museums Music State National Parks Native American Opinion Parks People and Places Pima Community College

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    offer exhibits educational programs L A Architecture Firm Will Design Jan 8th Memorial Four finalists narrowed to one that will refine proposal during the next year State Capitol Museum Opens Exhibit Honoring Gov Castro Former governor died Friday at 98 he served 1975 77 and was ambassador to 3 countries Young Hopi Artist Brings Carvings and Connections to Art Fair Andrew Coriz carves Hopi katsina dolls and is a featured artist at the Southwest Indian Art Fair METRO WEEK Gem Shows Big Contributors to Economy UA Research 120 million economic impact international research collaboration opportunities from big winter event Desert Museum Loses Its Popular Black Bear 15 year old female found dead of unexpected heart attack facility hopes to find a replacement AZ Sonora Desert Museum in Nation s Top 10 for Second Year Trip Advisor s Travel Choice Awards ranks it based on reviews opinions from travelers using that website Mini Time Museum in Tucson Turns Five Mission is to preserve advance art form of miniatures executive director says free admission for all this month Gold Nugget Stolen from UA Flandrau Planetarium It is valued at 30 000 university police dept urges people with information to come forward AZ Desert Museum Joins Bighorn Sustainable Breeding Program 6 U S institutions along with 2 in Mexico collaborating to increase genetic diversity of sheep goal is to have 6 lambs by end of season previous 1 2 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 26 collection categories click any filter to remove it Museums News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History

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    Music on Streetcar Yes in Tucson This Summer Concert series kicks off will continue Saturday evenings through August Tucson Band Takes 2nd at High School Jazz Festival Tucson Jazz Institute won competition in 2013 and 2014 returned this year with younger group UA Gets Another 20M Gift This Time for Music School Couple contribute in honor of Fred Fox music teacher and French horn player Grammy Winning Band in Tucson to Support Immigrant Rights Group La Santa Cecilia s song El Hielo ice talks of daily fears undocumented face Tucson Youth Mariachi Group Los Changuitos Feos Turns 50 Celebrations will be running through this weekend including panel discussion on history of mariachi music AZ House Dems Need Special Session to Allocate Extra Ed Funds Request to Brewer comes after court ruling ordering state to pay schools 317M Puerto Rican Musician Blends Caribbean Rhythms Southwest William Portela says his motivation is to touch audience at a personal level High School Tucson Jazz Musicians Win Top at Natl Competition This was the fourth year Jazz at Lincoln Center invited TJI Ellington Big Band to New York City band also won last year Local Artwork Inspires Choral Singers To Take New Direction With Voices at an Exhibition The Arizona Repertory Singers share new music inspired by the work of local artists including one of their own previous 1 2 3 4 5 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 75 collection categories click any filter to remove it Music News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT

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    of City Notice to those who see smoke the fires are planned AZ State Parks Taking Part in First Day Hikes Offer guided hikes on New Year s Day What s Next for Colossal Cave Park Pima County wants new ideas for 2 000 acre park Seasonal Closures Begin in the Santa Catalina Mountains Safety concerns effort required to keep roadways clear of snow ice Legendary Grand Canyon Conservationist Boatman Dies at 97 Martin Litton passed away Sunday in his California home devoted his live to preserving wilderness Long Time Colossal Cave Director Doesn t Get Contract Renewed Pima County supervisors vote to change leadership Martie Maierhauser will be there until August Bike Ranch Proposal Near Saguaro National Park Causes Concerns Opponents worry construction project is too dense proponents say it s an environmentally friendly way of developing land Feds Propose More Flights Over Grand Canyon Pilots already fly up to 57 000 trips a year more than any other national park Wandering Gray Wolf Arrives at Grand Canyon Scientists say this is a historic moment in Northern Arizona species faces uncertain futures Multiple Acts of Vandalism Reported at National Parks in West Coast Photos of crudely painted graffiti style images appear on Instagram account investigation into Gran Canyon occurrence previous 1 2 3 4 5 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 66 collection categories click any filter to remove it State National Parks News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music Native American Opinion Parks People

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    Act Bill to Stop Tohono O odham s Glendale Casino Delayed Attempted quick vote to keep tribe from opening facility is put off Native American Governance Degree Offered at UA Legal policy programs partnering for courses leading to master s degree Federal Grant to Help Get Mold Out of Tribal Housing Tucson area s Tohono O odham and Pascua Yaqui to get funding Tohono O Odham Nation Sues State to Open Casino Tribe claims Ducey others blocking certification of Glendale facility already being built Navajo Nation Asks For FEMA Help While Preparing To Sue EPA Mining spill shut down major water sources for Navajo Nation Federal Grants Boost Arizona Tribal Colleges US Department of Education awards more than 50 4 million in grants for institutions across nation Loss of Navajo Language Reveals Cultural Shift Referendum allows non Navajo speaker to be president National Park Service Turns 99 Centennial Celebration Begins Service oversees hundreds of parks and monuments across the country Navajo Farmers Lose Irrigation after Mine Waste Spill Tribal authority has shut down supply for the rest of this season METRO WEEK Native American Youth Desire Ties to Homeland Plus Some Indian charter schools struggling new UA American Indian Studies degree previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 88 collection categories click any filter to remove it Native American News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Opinion Parks People and Places Pima Community College Politics Raytheon Confronting

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    Arizona s Largest Mass Murder Transformative Education HB 2281 and concern for future of Raza Studies in TUSD lends urgency to week long conference previous 1 next Selected Categories 1 3 of 3 collection categories click any filter to remove it News Opinion Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Native American Parks People and Places Pima Community College Politics Raytheon Confronting Suicide Science Solar sound fiction Sports Sprawl The Stairwell Sessions Streetcar Teachers Voices Technology Transportation Tucson University of Arizona UA Higher Education U S Veterans Water Weather Wildlife Reid Park Zoo Contact AZPM Connect About AZPM Support Compliance ARIZONA PUBLIC MEDIA MAIL P O Box 210067 Tucson AZ 85721 0067 PHONE 520 621 5828 TOLL FREE 800 521 5828 FAX 520 621 3360 EMAIL Contact Us Live Events AZPM E newsletter AZPM on Facebook AZPM on Twitter AZPM on Youtube AZPM on Google

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    livestock feed College Student Focuses on Hispanics History and Heritage Anthropologist is holding discussions about people and public lands in Arizona West Side Baseball Family Fights to Improve Park Joaquin Murrieta Park was born from community activists now a new generation is standing up for their fields July 4th Fireworks Will Close Roads Near A Mountain Those traveling near Sentinel Peak on Saturday night may encounter closed roadways Arizona Wildfire Season is Late Still Coming and May Be Bad Desert regions could face worst fires because of growing vegetation followed by dryness Free Compost Available for Tucson Gardeners The city will offer the soil booster at Randolph and Udall Parks this week National Parks Add Millions to Arizona Economy Annual report shows 837 million spent at area National Parks in 2014 Cyclovia Crowds To Take Over Downtown Streets Twice a year free event boosts people powered transportation Report Colorado River Most Endangered River in US Three human caused sources listed as dangerous for river that flows through Arizona Pima County Seeks New Operators for Colossal Cave Officials say the historic park needs extensive renovations Fee Free Days This Weekend on Forest Service Lands Charges waived in Sabino Canyon Mount Lemmon other parts of Coronado for Presidents Day previous 1 2 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 29 collection categories click any filter to remove it News Parks Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Native American Opinion People and Places Pima Community College Politics

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    Egypt from Arizona Decades old group focuses on ancient Egypt and its architecture Raising Awareness About Verbal and Physical Aggression Domestic Violence Awareness Month is in October Tucson an Urban Classroom for German Students University students visit the city to learn about global conditions National Park Service Turns 99 Centennial Celebration Begins Service oversees hundreds of parks and monuments across the country People Flock to Tucson Bird And Wildlife Festival Tucson Audubon Society holds 5th annual festival focusing on nature Group Helps Grow Interest in Agriculture Gardening and Nutrition Cooperative Extension offers many programs in Arizona The State of Art Arizona Style Historic Tucson Museum of Art show celebrates range diversity from Arizona artists Religious Conventions Bring Welcome Summer Revenue to Tucson Jehovah s Witnesses meetings pump millions of dollars to the regional economy Piano Bar Brings Business Song to Downtown Tucson Downtown Tucson s new musical diversion reconnects to the past College Student Focuses on Hispanics History and Heritage Anthropologist is holding discussions about people and public lands in Arizona Independents and Independence Tucson residents join national celebration to support local businesses previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 261 collection categories click any filter to remove it News People and Places Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Native American Opinion Parks Pima Community College Politics Raytheon Confronting Suicide Science Solar sound fiction Sports Sprawl The Stairwell Sessions Streetcar Teachers Voices Technology Transportation Tucson

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