Some Arizona golf courses are pushing back against the state's plan to reduce water use

Managers of some Arizona golf courses are fighting a plan that would cut water use at a time when the state is being forced to confront shrinking water supplies.

If you live here, prepare to see more scorpions, experts say

One state in particular will see an influx of these arachnids this summer.

“A generational historic struggle to regain our water”

The Gila River Indian Community is ensuring that its members have long-term access to their own resources while helping solve broader water supply problems in the region.

Arizona wildfires help researchers study the evolution of clouds

Wildfire season in the western United States is brings opportunities to learn how smoke and dust affects rainfall on the East coast.

Monsoon season is not expected to bring much relief to the drought-stricken Southwest this year

Amid a worsening drought across the southwestern United States, residents are hoping for rain from the upcoming monsoon season. But there may not be much luck this year.

What new Permian research means for U.S. methane policy

Newly released research is shedding more light on the largest sources of methane emissions in the nation’s largest oilfield.

The drought continues, and research shows the time between storms is growing

Arizona is facing water shortages with a decades long drought showing no signs of letting up. And if you thought monsoon storms are becoming less frequent, University of Arizona research backs that up too.

A Threatened Toad’s Hallucinogenic Secretions Are in High Demand

The latest trendy shortcut to spiritual awakening is fueled by one creature’s psychedelic stress sweats.

One forest fire killed off 10 percent of the world’s Giant Sequoias

 At least a tenth of the world’s mature giant sequoia trees were destroyed by a single California wildfire that tore through the southern Sierra Nevada last year.

UA, Diné College Receive $500K USDA Grant To Train Navajo Water Scientists

The University of Arizona and the Navajo Nation’s Diné College were awarded a $500,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for training and research on water scarcity and challenges on the reservation.