A section of the road up Mount Lemmon is closed this afternoon after a vehicle fell about 100 feet in a crash on General Hitchcock Highway.
All 31 of the bighorn sheep released into the Catalina Mountains on Nov. 18 apparently have survived so far and are fanning out across the range, state wildlife officials said Wednesday.
These four guys are devising a way to instantly find the dozen "rarest of the rare" events among the million phenomena that will be seen each night by the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope.
Allergy sufferers beware — strong gusty winds will blow into the Tucson valley by late morning Wednesday before an autumn storm hits on Thursday, forecasters say.
After a wet July, Tucson received little monsoon rain this year.
Trails and roads in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson are open during the government shutdown — and visitors to the heights will find cool autumn air and trees showing off in the golden hues of the season.
Summer officially expires on Sunday — but Tucson is still sweltering with highs at or near 100 degrees even as the first faint signs of fall color appear in the Catalina Mountains north of the city.
Celebrate Oktoberfest from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through Oct. 13 at Mount Lemmon Ski Valley, 10300 Ski Run Road.
This year’s monsoon has been less than a wet-and-wild wonder, and forecasters say it might be on the verge of fizzling out altogether.
Emergency crews are working to extricate the driver of a car that drove off a cliff on Mount Lemmon.
A thunderstorm swept through the Tucson area Tuesday afternoon dropping up to 2 inches of rain on the city's southwest side and on Mount Lemmon.
Richard Brusca says he has always emphasized that the Sonoran Desert is much more than the cacti and creosote of the Tucson Basin.
The best meteor show of the year peaks this Sunday, but you may want to consult the weathercaster before scheduling a trip to your favorite dark place.
Try though he did to stay dry, this cyclist couldn't protect himself from Friday's rain on North Stone Avenue at Speedway. Still, it was little compared with Douglas, which had its wettest month in history with 10.23 inches.
It was a productive July for monsoon rains in Southern Arizona, particularly atop our mountains and along our southern border.
Scientists Nate Abramson, left, and Mark Losleben repair devices for measuring snow depth distributions. UA researchers assessed damage and reinstalled sensors after the Thompson Ridge Fire, which burned through Valles Caldera National Preserve in New Mexico.
Shortly after their funding was renewed for another five years in June, University of Arizona researchers lost one of their critical-zone research sites to the 24,000-acre Thompson Ridge Fire in the Valles Caldera National Preserve near Jemez Springs, N.M.
The lightning-caused Prison Fire, west of milepost 8 on Catalina Highway in the Santa Catalina Mountains, started Sunday night and has burned about 240 acres. The highway is open, but motorists are asked to avoid the area.