Dementia’s dangerous rise leads legislators to ask up to $500,000 for Alzheimer’s

State legislators are pushing a bill to build a state dementia plan.
ENVIRONMENT March 18, 2023

Annual count shows Mexican wolf population reaches record numbers

Recovery of wolves in the wild accelerated at an astonishing rate in 2022.

Arizona Republican legislators announce formal opposition to ranked choice voting

The Arizona Freedom Caucus wants to preemptively prohibit any use of ranked choice voting to decide city, state, county or federal elections.

The Buzz: How snowmelt affects Arizona's water supply

How much will a wet winter improve drought conditions around the state?

Feds want justices to end Navajo fight for Colo. River water

The tribe doesn't have enough water and says that the federal government is at fault.

Grijalva asks US Attorney General to look into Cochise County elections move

Grijalva wants a federal investigation into the decision to hand off elections work to the County Recorder.

Arizona governor blasted for plans to defy execution order

Hobbs has said executions will not be carried out until Arizonans can be confident the state isn’t violating the law.

Cochise County getting more border enforcement vehicles

The money comes from an amended agreement with the state.
HEALTH & MEDICINE March 14, 2023

Robotic surgery comes to Cochise County.

Canyon Vista Medical Center gets help for surgeons.

UA's "chilling" response forces faculty committee to end campus safety investigation

In a letter to the Faculty Senate, the group details fears of retaliation and "stonewalling" from university leadership.

Meet a Sierra Vista civil rights pioneer

For Dorothy Coston-Tompkins, it’s about service, investing in people, and creating spaces and opportunities for everyone to have their voices heard.

Crisis stabilization: What happens after the call?

A look at possible next steps for Arizonans in crisis

Cochise County prepares for the end of Title 42

Officials say that the county lacks resources and direction from federal offices.
The Buzz: How snowmelt affects Arizona's water supply
How much will a wet winter improve drought conditions around the state?
Lambs aren't white and fluffy and other lessons learned at this campus farm
When the spring-only course starts at the University of Maryland, the sheep are pregnant and students wait for the call that their sheep is going into labor.
Here's why Arizona says it can keep growing despite historic megadrought
Arizona has some of the lowest priority rights to the river water of any of the seven basin states.
Want to play your own Tiny Desk concert? The 2023 Contest is now open for entries
The Tiny Desk Contest, NPR Music's annual search for the next great undiscovered artist, is back!
These combat vets want to help you design the perfect engagement ring
When Andrew Wolgemuth served in Afghanistan, his comrades in his special operations platoon came to depend on him for a particular skill set and base of knowledge: diamond engagement rings.
My wife and I quit our jobs to sail the Caribbean
There's another universe not far from land.
NASA's Webb telescope has discovered its first exoplanet
An exoplanet is any planet that is outside of our solar system
Episode 349: Exploring the University of Arizona campus arboretum
Bringing the stories of cacti, shrubs, and saplings to the U of A from around the world.

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The Invisible 5%

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