Indigenous students to get full University of Arizona tuition

University will pay tuition and fees for all who qualify.

ASU online water tool updates help Arizonans learn about waterways

The project covers shortages, farmland data, pollution levels and other aspects of water usage.

Asteroid hunters find a telescope testing center near Tucson

The company is tracking potentially valuable asteroids for future mining trips.

Tucson greets Roe reversal with protests

The crowd blocked Congress St and several intersections downtown.

Court allows Resolution Copper Mine to continue

Apache Stronghold did not prove its religious concerns were enough to stop the mine.
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Arizona after Roe v. Wade

Barbara Atwood, professor of law emerita at the University of Arizona, spoke with AZPM about the past and future of the state's abortion laws.

Preventing and fighting human-caused wildfire

Fires started by people have long been a part of our ecosystem, but they're increasingly damaging today.

Arizona House speaker testifies on efforts to overturn the 2020 election

Axios Phoenix reporter Jeremy Duda discusses the hearing's impact on Arizona politics and the select committee's work.
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