Arizona poised to provide MDMA therapy to first responders with PTSD if the FDA approves the psychedelic

Jul 20, 2024 The Arizona Legislature added MDMA-assisted therapy to the list of treatments available to first responders with PTSD under the state’s workers’ comp plan.

DOJ lawsuit says shelter for migrant children has a pattern of sexual abuse and harassment

Jul 19, 2024 The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against a non-profit with a facility in Tucson, alleging its employees have subjected the unaccompanied migrant children in their care to severe, pervasive, and unwelcome sexual abuse and harassment.

Microsoft outage affects election services in Maricopa, Pima counties

Jul 19, 2024 Voters in Pima County were issued provisional ballots at early voting sites.

Legal fight continues with appeals over proposed immigration initiative for Arizona Nov. 5 ballot

Jul 19, 2024 Immigrant advocates kept the issue alive this week by filing notice to the state Supreme Court that they will appeal the judge’s ruling.

The Buzz: The damming of the lower Colorado River

Jul 19, 2024 We preview the new season of Tapped, AZPM's podcast about water in the southwest.

AZ unemployment drops, remains at record low

Jul 18, 2024 The rate drop counters common seasonal trends.

Monsoon brings mixed emotions for road workers

Jul 18, 2024 The staff is on-call 24-hours a day.

Pima County ready with back to school vaccines

Jul 18, 2024 Help is available for parents seeking to update their child's immunization list.

Historic homes near University of Arizona relocating

Jul 17, 2024 Developer Capstone Communities gave Joel Ireland, a resident of the West University neighborhood, the historic homes to be placed on a plot of land he owns.

County works to rectify wrong election date on sample ballots

Jul 17, 2024 Pima County is sending postcards to thousands of households to correct an error on election materials listing August 30 as the primary election date instead of the correct date, July 30.

Water conservation measures for Grand Canyon National Park after another break in the waterline

Jul 17, 2024 The waterline was recently shut off for repairs and crews were trying to re-pressurize the line when the break occurred.

Taming the Colorado

Jul 17, 2024 The Colorado River is the most dammed waterway in the US, but what was it like before? We go back to the battle over Parker Canyon Dam and how it changed Arizona's rights to the river's water forever.

Former Senator Jeff Flake announces he's leaving as Turkish ambassador before general election

Jul 16, 2024 The former senator has been an outspoken critic of former President Trump.

Number of migrants entering Arizona lowest in 3+ years

Jul 16, 2024 New federal data shows that the number of migrants crossing the southern border into Arizona has fallen to fewer numbers than the state has seen since February 2021, keeping with the trend across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Air conditioning improvements begin at TUSD schools

Jul 16, 2024 The funding comes from a voter-approved bond passed last fall.

Shadow Wolves may see better career mobility under new bill

Jul 15, 2024 Arizona Senators Mark Kelly and Kyrsten Sinema introduced new legislation that would both improve border security and the retention of Shadow Wolves agents.

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