SPORTS April 24, 2024

With Arizona Coyotes leaving, relocation talk clouds Roadrunners’ future in Tucson

Coyotes owner Alex Meruelo mentioned on Thursday his plan to move the AHL Tucson Roadrunners to Arizona State’s Mullet Arena during an interview with Arizona Sports’ Burns & Gambo.

Company hired to help find next UA president

The company helped find the current NAU president.
TRANSPORTATION April 23, 2024

March was Tucson Airport’s highest travel month since 2008

TIA saw nearly 400,000 passengers last month.

UnitedHealth says wide swath of patient files may have been taken in Change cyberattack

UnitedHealth says files with personal information that could cover a "substantial portion of people in America" may have been taken in the cyberattack on its Change Healthcare business.
BORDER April 22, 2024

Judge declares mistrial in case of rancher accused of killing migrant

The judge declared a mistrial yesterday in the murder trial of rancher George Alan Kelly after a jury could not agree on a verdict.
April 22, 2024

Sheriff’s Department accused of violating religious freedoms of Israel-Hamas protestors

Four of the 26 people arrested at the Nov. 2023 protest say their actions are protected under religious freedom laws.

US Supreme Court rejects Lake-Finchem voting machine challenge

The decision ends the lawsuit brought by the two Republicans.
BUSINESSGOVERNMENT April 22, 2024

Kroger, Albertsons — still hoping to merge — agree to sell more stores to satisfy regulators

The companies now plan to sell 579 Kroger and Albertsons stores in markets where they overlap.

Republican says abortion ban repeal will advance in the state House by midweek

The 29 Democrats in the House of Representatives have twice tried to alter House rules to vote to repeal the ban.
IN DEPTH

Ancient farmers dug canals that shaped Phoenix's modern water system

Those ancient farmers have been referred to as the "Hohokam" but it’s not the name of a tribe or a people, and their O'Odham, Hopi, and Zuni descendants do not call them that.

Two planes collided over the Grand Canyon and forever changed aviation

In the back of Flagstaff Citizen’s Cemetery hides a memorial for what was once the deadliest commercial airline disaster in U.S. history.

Yuma Quartermaster Depot home to iconic Arizona history

The building housed the U.S. Army and Customs Service.

Roadside monument honors the 1st cowboy star

Tom Mix died in a 1940 crash south of Florence.
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UnitedHealth says wide swath of patient files may have been taken in Change cyberattack
UnitedHealth says files with personal information that could cover a "substantial portion of people in America" may have been taken in the cyberattack on its Change Healthcare business.
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With close calls mounting, the FAA will require more rest for air traffic controllers
More must be done to reduce fatigue among air traffic controllers amid an ongoing staffing shortage.
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The Buzz: Historic Markers Around the State
We wrap up a series of stories from around the state by telling three historic stories.
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You just become instant best friends: Collegiate Women's Hockey in Arizona
We head behind the scenes with the ASU women's club hockey team, and also hear about their soon-to-launch counterpart at UA.
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Arizona Secretary of State on how election officials are preparing for AI and misinformation
Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes reflects on the security of election officials, threats posed by artificial intelligence and more.
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NASA has been asked to create a time zone for the moon. Here's how it would work
As the world prepares for a new space race, the Biden Administration is calling on NASA to create a moon-based time standard.
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To make sure grandmas like his don't get conned, he scams the scammers
Americans lost a record $12.5 billion to internet crimes last year
NPR
Roadside monument honors the 1st cowboy star
Tom Mix died in a 1940 crash south of Florence.
NPR
Days after abortion ruling: Vice President Harris visits AZ to discuss access
She says the Arizona Supreme Court ruling on abortion puts women in the state under one of the most "extreme" abortion bans in the U.S.
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