Ahead of hearing on Oak Flat, a 'spiritual convoy' travels to court

The nonprofit Apache Stronghold is traveling to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in California to try and block copper mining at the Apache sacred site.

U.S. will lift border travel restrictions on Nov. 8 for fully vaccinated visitors

Those traveling for essential reasons — including truck drivers, people crossing to go to school or work or for medical reasons — will have until January to become fully vaccinated.

University of Arizona engineering students demonstrate solar cooking skills

Over five hundred freshman tested home-made solar ovens on the mall.

Arizona Senate's election review records again ruled public

A judge has ruled in favor of the release of communications between leaders in the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate and private contractors.

University of Arizona employees must be vaccinated by Dec. 8, president says

ASU, NAU will also require vaccination, citing new policies for federal contractors.
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Employers struggle to find staff while job seekers get better offers

Some job seekers are reevaluating what they want from a job in light of the pandemic, and strapped employers are obliging.

State says 87 ZIP codes disproportionately impacted by past marijuana laws

The list includes 87 ZIP codes, covering much of South Tucson as well as tribal lands across the state.

College athletes and the business of sports

The Buzz examines the NCAA's new policy allowing college athletes to get paid for the use of their name, image or likeness.
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