The Buzz speaks with Tucson City Council candidates

Oct 27, 2023 Candidates see streets, crimes and homelessness as the city's top issues.

A generational battle: How a tribe’s concern over uranium mining on ancestral homelands brought Biden to AZ

Oct 27, 2023 In this tapped episode, Katya Mendoza and Paola Rodriguez explore the history of the Havasupai people's fight to stop uranium mining near the Grand Canyon.

$1.2 billion American Battery Factory breaks ground in Tucson Southside

Oct 26, 2023 The lithium iron phosphate battery manufacturer is expected to bring in billions of dollars to Southern Arizona.

Former Arizona GOP Senate candidate Blake Masters is running for Congress

Oct 26, 2023 Masters said he is running as someone unafraid of government establishment.

Tucson Sector rescues increase greatly due to large groups crossing in remote areas

Oct 26, 2023 Fiscal year 2023 data show that Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector saw an eightfold increase in rescues from the previous year

Tucsonans prepare to rediscover neighborhoods at Fall 2023 Cyclovia

Oct 26, 2023 Organizers say communities are transformed when cars leave the streets.

Federal officials say plan for water cuts from 3 Western states is enough to protect Colorado River

Oct 25, 2023 The U.S. Department of the Interior said in a statement that the risk of reaching critically low water elevations at Lake Powell and Lake Mead, the river's two key reservoirs, has gone down substantially.

IRS Direct File comes to Arizona

Oct 25, 2023 Taxpayers can file federal and state returns with new IRS web site.

Dozens of additional law enforcement officers head to Cochise County to deal with border-related crimes

Oct 25, 2023 The Cochise County Sheriff's Office will use state funding to partner with law enforcement agencies throughout the state to increase patrols in the county to manage human smuggling incidents and other border-related crimes.

Tap water is cheap. Maybe too cheap.

Oct 25, 2023 That means big spending and costs that will get passed along to the millions of people who use that water in sinks, showers and sprinklers.

Mayes joins federal lawsuit against Meta for damages to youth mental health

Oct 24, 2023 The 41 attorney’s general claim Meta purposefully targeted children on their platforms.

A look into the politics of Prop. 413

Oct 23, 2023 How Tucson’s struggle to pass city council raises is part of a bigger political conversation.

Number of families coming to the border in 2023 grew, especially in Tucson region

Oct 23, 2023 In the 2023 fiscal year, Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector saw a surge in apprehensions of migrant families, as border officials across the nation apprehended more than 3.2 million unauthorized migrants, according to recently released federal data.

The Buzz: El Tour de Mayor of Tucson

Oct 20, 2023 AZPM takes a drive around Tucson with three candidates running in the mayor's race.

No Labels sues Arizona to block opponents from using the new political party to run for office

Oct 20, 2023 The lawsuit asks a federal judge in Phoenix to block Democratic Secretary of State Adrian Fontes from allowing people to run for offices other than president or vice president under the No Labels banner.

PACC recognized for care

Oct 20, 2023 Pima Animal Care Center has been recognized nationally for having a high live-saving rate.

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