February 12, 2014
Special | 28m 38s
We learn about Arizona's rich mining history. We talk with Kathy Arnold, vice president of environmental and regulatory issues at Rosemont Copper Company, and Jennifer Ruyle, with the Coronado National Forest, about the proposed copper mine south of Tucson. Then, we have a story about Tucson Fire Department's program to respond to the Tucson community as quickly as possible.
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