Mexican Gray Wolf, Fish and Wildlife, carcasses, Arizona Livestock Loss Board, legislature
Feb 2, 2023

Arizona ranchers to be paid for removing livestock carcasses

The Arizona Livestock Loss Board is implementing a new incentive program that will compensate ranchers for removing livestock carcasses to locations where they aren't accessible to Mexican wolves.

May 19, 2014

Kiehne: Democrats behind most mass shootings

A Republican businessman running for Arizona’s 1st Congressional District has apologized for saying most mass shootings in the U.S. are committed by Democrats.

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Flagstaff (Cronkite News Service photo by Michelle Peirano)
Feb 14, 2014

Money pouring into CD1 GOP primary, but Dem Kirkpatrick leads

Arizona’s first congressional district will be one of the hardest fought, most competitive races in the country, and the money is already coming in to prove it.

Aug 8, 2012

Arizona Game & Fish commissioner pleads not guilty to poaching

A state Game and Fish commissioner says he was surprised to receive a citation after he reported the shooting of a prairie dog out of season.

Apr 5, 2012

Some communities make Arizona’s centennial a year-long event

NOGALES – Twenty-five people watch as author Cathy Hufault projects black-and-white pictures of six Boy Scouts onto a screen at the Pimeria Alta Historical Society. These boys set out on an 80 degree day in November 1958 to climb Mount Wrightson, tallest of the mountains around Tucson. The group included one boy determined to celebrate his birthday at the summit, she explains.

Jun 23, 2011

After the flames: Advanced ADEQ air monitors find historically high level of ‘particularly nasty pollutant’

When it comes to wildfires, size really matters — the bigger the blaze, the greater potential danger to homes, businesses, wildlife, trees, shrubs, the environment, and most important, people.

Jun 9, 2011

Brewer in eastern Arizona for fire tour, meetings

Gov. Jan Brewer is in eastern Arizona for a second visit to the area of the Wallow fire.

Jun 8, 2011

More eastern Arizona residents ordered out

More evacuations have been ordered as the raging Wallow wildfire comes closer to the eastern Arizona towns of Eagar and Springerville.

Jun 8, 2011

Crews try to keep flames from reaching Eagar and Springerville

Officials are hoping their efforts overnight will keep a mammoth forest fire from cresting a ridge and racing into two eastern Arizona towns, giving firefighters the upper hand on the 11th day of what has proved to be an overwhelming battle.

Jun 7, 2011

White Mountain residents ready to leave fire zone

Fire officials say the Wallow fire laid down a bit overnight and crews plan to continue working the northeast side of the dangerous wildfire Tuesday.