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Arizona reports 5,236 more COVID cases; hospitalizations up

Dec 3, 2021 Only 5% of inpatient hospital beds statewide were not occupied as of Thursday.

The rising cost and need for housing in Arizona

Dec 3, 2021 This week, The Buzz examines some of the factors behind the continued rise in housing costs.

Tribal leaders raise concerns about redistricting

Dec 3, 2021 Legislative Democrats say proposed maps would leave Latinos underrepresented.

Protesters urge Sen. Kelly to support bill to protect sacred Oak Flat

Dec 2, 2021 The land holds religious and cultural significance to Indigenous communities.

Governor touts return-to-work bonuses, end of pandemic jobless aid

Dec 2, 2021 After the mid-November application deadline, the bonus program had paid less than half of the 26,000 applicants

Threat from hazardous space debris is getting worse

Dec 2, 2021 A University of Arizona scientist says tracking rogue objects is harder than ever.

University of Arizona kicks off scholarship fundraiser for Indigenous law students

Dec 2, 2021 The Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program's goal this year is $30,000, and they're almost there.

Nonprofit helps homeowners find good price for solar panels

Dec 2, 2021 The organization is launching its second co-op in Tucson.

CBP establishes new care guidelines for pregnant women in custody

Dec 1, 2021 Under the guidelines, CBP has to do a better job of managing the care of infants, pregnant women and new mothers.

International bioscience company announces new laboratory in Tucson

Nov 30, 2021 The company will join several other bioscience facilities in the University of Arizona Tech Park.

Tucson police officer kills man in wheelchair

Nov 30, 2021 Officer is fired; County Attorney is investigating.

Proposed DACA change draws drew more than 9,000 comments

Nov 30, 2021 The policy has been in near-constant legal limbo for years.

Local tribes have expanded access to COVID-19 vaccine cash incentive programs

Nov 29, 2021 The Tohono O'odham Nation and Pascua Yaqui Tribe are offering $400 and $100, respectively, to tribal members who prove they're fully vaccinated.

Feminist organizer among 3 killed in attack on protest in Guaymas, Sonora

Nov 29, 2021 Marisol Cuadras, 18, belonged to the local collective Feministas del Mar.

Homeland Security says 98% of CBP employees are vaccine mandate 'compliant'

Nov 29, 2021 Almost 12,000 CBP employees have contracted COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic and more than 50 have died.

Santa's Calling program sets kids up with call from Santa

Nov 29, 2021 Parents can arrange the calls through the Tucson Parks and Recreation Department

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