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In 27 years of Arizona living, I never found a single scorpion, centipede, tarantula, solpugid, vinegarroon, spider, wasp, roach, snake, lizard, arrowhead, or Ed Abbey disciple nesting in my shoe. Read more»

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Looking do more to help victims of the Haitian earthquake? Come out to see some great local music at the Benefit for Haiti Reborn at Club Congress on Sunday. Read more»

Most people wouldn’t consider an earthquake to be an environmental issue. But while the tremors that shattered Haiti early this month have nothing to do with the island’s degradation, the extent of the suffering they unleashed is a direct result of the country’s ecological woes. Read more»

Wedding rings do not generally take the shape of tree rings. But wouldn't it be nice if they did? Can you imagine a wedding ring that kept track of the life of a marriage? And yet Zales R&D won't even return my calls. Read more»

Arizonans should beware scam artists who offer to repair storm damage, warns Attorney General Terry Goddard. Read more»

Some estimates put the annual number of humans bit by venomous snakes at 5.4 million, resulting in perhaps 125,000 deaths. The CDC reports that in the United States alone, 440,000 annual deaths are smoking-associated. It is unclear at this time how many of the snakebite-related fatalities are caused by smoking serpents. Read more»

Text 'Hait' to 90999 to donate $10 to Red Cross Haiti relief.

As a planet, we have become remarkably adept at response to natural disasters. Not only are nations pooling resources to work together to search, rescue, recover and rebuild, but we are doing so faster than ever before with greater success. Leave it to the technology geeks to further optimize that process. Read more»

In these trying economic times, real estate moguls will tell you that it's very important to hold onto whatever land you've got. Read more»

The Center for Biological Diversity awarded the Obama administration a C grade for its environmental record Tuesday. In its "Report Card," the Tucson-based environmental advocates found that the administration has a mixed record on protecting endangered species, climate, public lands and oceans. Read more»

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