Arizona rattlesnakes could be affected by I-11 construction

Dec 2, 2023 A portion of the project cuts through desert land, which experts say could cause continuing concerns for wildlife.

Officials to close Lukeville/Sonoyita border crossing due migrant surge

Dec 1, 2023 Lukeville port's temporary closure due to a migrant surge raises travel and economic concerns in Arizona, prompting officials to urge swift federal action.

Two UA College of Education professors reinstated following Israel-Hamas Lecture

Dec 1, 2023 The department head will teach the course about cultural pluralism for young children through the rest of the semester.

Federal initiative awards Altar Valley Watershed $1.2 million for flood resilience

Dec 1, 2023 The investment drives innovation for water infrastructure projects

The Buzz: a legislative look ahead into criminal justice reform

Dec 1, 2023 The new legislative session begins in January, so we asked those close to reform initiatives what they believe is expected.

Humane Society final report reiterates hundred of small pets likely used as snake feed

Dec 1, 2023 Investigation reveals that a transfer of 323 small pets in August likely led to some being turned into reptile feed, highlighting leadership failures, lack of communication, and a culture of fear among staff regarding adoption numbers at the organization.

Second annual Disability Pride Day event coming to Tucson Sunday

Dec 1, 2023 City Councilman Paul Cunningham was integral in launching the event last year.

Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court, has died at age 93

Dec 1, 2023 A native of Arizona who grew up on her family’s sprawling ranch, O’Connor wasted little time building a reputation as a hard worker who wielded considerable political clout on the nine-member court.

Sheriff’s deputies arrest Tucson reporter covering protest

Nov 30, 2023 Pima County Sheriff’s deputies arrested reporter Alisa Reznick as she walked to her car while on the job covering a demonstration for a ceasefire in Gaza.

Indicted Cochise County Supervisors could be suspended from holding public office if convicted

Nov 30, 2023 The two Republicans have been indicted for two felonies by a state grand jury

Kari Lake loses suit to see ballot envelopes in 3rd trial tied to Arizona election defeat

Nov 30, 2023 Maricopa County Superior Court Judge John Hannah Jr. argued their release would undermine the ballot verification process in future elections.

Cochise County supervisors indicted on election-related felonies

Nov 29, 2023 Republicans Peggy Judd and Tom Crosby were indicted by a State Grand Jury.

Pima County to Reorganize Environmental Departments next year

Nov 29, 2023 The new Conservation Lands and Resources Department is expected to be completed next summer.

AZ Secretary of State seeks legal advice on Tucson's city council salary raise

Nov 28, 2023 Secretary of State Adrian Fontes will wait for the legal analysis of Attorney General Kris Mayes before answering the Tucson City Council's request that will determine whether or not a recount is needed.

Game show contestant behavior yields clues to stress response

Nov 28, 2023 UA researchers are tracking how often players blink to determine our reactions to adversity.

AZ Attorney General sues pharmaceutical companies for insulin prices

Nov 27, 2023 The suit seeks civil penalties from companies like OptumRx and Eli Lilly.

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