No end in sight for Asarco copper strike, but critical ruling lies ahead

The strike against Tucson-based copper producer Asarco by unions representing about 1,800 workers in Arizona and Texas is in its eighth month, with no talks underway or planned.

Partnership Provides Crucial Firewood to Hopi and Navajo Homes

Closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic have made it difficult for tribal members to collect and transport firewood from nearby forests for cooking, boiling water and heating.

No end in sight for Asarco copper strike, but critical ruling lies ahead

The strike against Tucson-based copper producer Asarco by unions representing about 1,800 workers in Arizona and Texas is in its eighth month, with no talks underway or planned.

Black Birdwatchers Face Racism Too

The day that George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota, a white woman called the police on an African American man birdwatching in New York's Central Park.

Black Birders Week' Promotes Diversity and Takes on Racism in the Outdoors

Sparked by a racist incident last week in Central Park, the new initiative aims to boost recognition and representation of Black people enjoying and studying the natural world.

ADOT says row of trees on Mariposa Road won’t be cut down

Construction crews, seen at right, have begin clearing an area on the north side of Mariposa Road where a flyover traffic ramp is set to be built. The trees at left, part of a row of eight trees leading up to the construction site, will not be harmed by the project, the Arizona Department of Transportation said.