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Wolf population growing, but not enough to please advocates

The number of Mexican gray wolves roaming eastern Arizona and western New Mexico increased by eight to 83 wolves in the past year, according to a recent survey by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.... Read more»0

ASU research focuses on leaf processes to create hydrogen fuel

Technology recreating the processes of leaves could yield abundant renewable energy in the form of hydrogen fuel, according to a team of Arizona State University researchers.... Read more»0

Lawmaker wants limited ban on midwife use

A state lawmaker wants to bar midwife use by women who have had cesarean sections or are facing breech births or multiple births.... Read more»0

Republican, Democrat push several bills on animal rights

Rep. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, wants to ban ownership of animals by people convicted of animal cruelty. Sen. Steve Farley, D-Tucson, wants to create an animal abuser registry to keep track of those convicted of animal abuse.... Read more»0

Environmental group seeks endangered status for four Az species

A Tucson-based environmental group is petitioning the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services to put seven amphibians and reptiles on the endangered species list, including four native to Arizona.... Read more»0

Latino Caucus legislative goals include education, economy, reforming CPS

While addressing issues such as education, the economy and reforming Child Protective Services, lawmakers need to focus more on Arizona’s growing Hispanic population, the head of the Arizona Legislative Latino Caucus says. “The voters in our communities deserve better,” said Sen. Anna Tovar.... Read more»0