US court rejects a request by tribes to block $10B SunZia energy transmission project in Arizona

The project — approved in 2015 following a lengthy review — has been touted as the biggest U.S. electricity infrastructure undertaking since the Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s.

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.
On the Road in Arizona April 16, 2024

Yuma Quartermaster Depot home to iconic Arizona history

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

ABOR begins search process for new UA president

The Board named an advisory committee on Monday night.
HOUSINGWhere to Live? April 15, 2024

Pima County evictions fell over 40% in March

But experts say the positive trends are still leaving some renters behind.

New data shows families continue crossing the border in large numbers in the Tucson Sector

Tucson Sector continues to have the highest number of migrants crossing, and by far the highest number of families and children, even as the total number of migrant apprehensions at the southern border dropped slightly from the previous month.
TRANSPORTATION April 15, 2024

Arizona study examines traffic inequity

The investigation looks at how demographics make a difference in accident outcomes.
On the Road in Arizona April 15, 2024

Roadside monument honors the 1st cowboy star

Tom Mix died in a 1940 crash south of Florence.

‘Absolute beautiful place’: Rockin’ River Ranch State Park opens in Camp Verde

Arizona’s newest state park sits between Phoenix and Flagstaff, at the confluence of West Clear Creek and the Verde River.
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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.

Hours after near-total ban upheld: Providers in AZ abortion clinic fear for patients' lives

On Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court upheld a Civil War-era law that bans nearly all abortions, except to save the life of a pregnant person.

Federal dollars for asylum seekers in Tucson on verge of running out as Congress releases spending deal

Congressional leaders unveiled a spending package with $650 million for short-term asylum services like Casa Alitas in Tucson. However, approval and allocation may come too late to avoid street releases.
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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
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Roadside monument honors the 1st cowboy star
Tom Mix died in a 1940 crash south of Florence.
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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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Eight decades after their wartime efforts, real-life 'Rosie the Riveters' reunite in D.C. to win the nation's top civilian honor
Twenty seven "Rosies" traveled from across the country to attend Wednesday's award ceremony
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WATCH LIVE: The 2024 total solar eclipse
Watch the PBS NewsHour live feed of the last total solar eclipse in the U.S. until 2044.
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Lou Conter, last survivor of USS Arizona from Pearl Harbor attack, dies at 102
Conter passed away on Monday at his home in Grass Valley, California.
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Once lost to science, these "uncharismatic" animals are having their moment
Species gain this "lost" status when there hasn't been a trace of them in 10 years, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
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