Health care challenges, border travel restrictions, tourism recovery

Plus, efforts to boost COVID vaccination rates in rural areas of southern Arizona

Full Tourism Rebound Could Take Years in Arizona

The governor recently announced a new tourism initiative that will be funded with over $100 million in federal aid.

Human remains found on Tumamoc Hill

UAPD says the identity of the person and their cause of death is still unknown.

White Mountain Apache Tribe to reinstate 10 p.m. curfew

After 12 new cases in 24 hours, the tribe will move to Phase 3 restrictions. It also canceled its upcoming fair and rodeo.

Marijuana sales stabilizing in Arizona

The state is getting millions a month in tax revenue from the sales.

Davis-Monthan big part of A-10 future

The Tucson base is working to keep the aging warplane flying.

Uncertainty abounds as some asylum seekers bypass pandemic-era restrictions at border

Migrants part of DHS Title 42 exemption program find communities ready to help in the U.S., but more questions remain

TPD still looking for answers in Sunday shooting

The suspect was prohibited from owning a gun.

Migrants in Nogales seek entry through exemption as pandemic-era restrictions drag on

A DHS program allows a few hundred people a day to gain entry through humanitarian exemption, but questions remain.
You Adopted A Pandemic Pet. Now You're Going Back To The Office. What Next?
The cozy days of remote working are coming to an end. And separation anxiety looms.
Walt Disney Didn’t Actually Draw Mickey Mouse. Meet The Kansas City Artist Who Did
Walt Disney gets all the credit for creating Mickey Mouse, but it was actually his best friend Ub Iwerks who first brought the iconic character to life in 1928.
A New Study Suggests Dinosaurs Might Not Have Been As Cold-Blooded As We Thought
A recent study indicates these creatures endured freezing winters, snow, and months of darkness.
After Years Of Detecting Land Mines, A Heroic Rat Is Hanging Up His Sniffer
Magawa has been working for five years in Cambodia, sniffing out dozens of land mines.
Far From The Internet, These Big, Benevolent Trolls Lure Humans To Nature
Thomas Dambo both designs the trolls and writes their fairy tales.
A Timeline Of NPR's First 50 Years
Monday, May 3, 2021, marks the 50th anniversary of NPR's first on-air original broadcast.
Watch Live: Biden And Harris Respond To Chauvin Verdict
President Biden remarks on the guilty verdict for former police officer Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
Some Generous Apes May Help Explain The Evolution Of Human Kindness
Researchers think bonobos may help explain how humans evolved the capacity to be nice.
Biden Holds 1st Press Conference As President
President Biden is holding his first news conference Thursday at 10am

‘A safe haven, a home’

Border Under Biden

The Balance Sheet

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The Vanishing Vaquita

Arizona Addicted

Finding Home

The Invisible 5%

Water Conservation in the Southwest

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Education Funding in Arizona

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