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Arizona punches CWS ticket with 16-3 romp over Mississippi

Jun 13, 2021 Wildcats pound out 20 hits in rubber game of the series

Crews make steady gains on wildfire in rural Arizona

Jun 13, 2021 Despite progress, several communities are still being told to be ready in case of evacuation.

NGO asylum program comes to Arizona

Jun 13, 2021 The Biden administration is asking humanitarian groups to recommend vulnerable migrants to bypass pandemic expulsions.

Arizona shows off power in 9-3 victory over Ole Miss in College World Series

Jun 12, 2021 Wildcats take first in best of 3 Super Regional

Demand for housing in Arizona pushing up prices

Jun 11, 2021 A discussion with Arizona Dept. of Housing Director Tom Simplot

Wildfire risk, housing affordability, political power rankings

Jun 11, 2021 Plus, how Arizona's restaurants are rebounding from pandemic-related setbacks.

Border officials warn of heat dangers in south Arizona

Jun 10, 2021 An excessive heat warning for many parts of southern and central Arizona is expected to begin Saturday

Brnovich runs for Senate

Jun 10, 2021 Political observers were waiting for the announcement.

Governor tours Arizona fires, calls for special session

Jun 10, 2021 Ducey wants the Legislature to approve extra money to ensure that firefighters have the resources they need

Key reservoir on Colorado River expected to match record low

Jun 9, 2021 Dropping surface level at Lake Mead continues to drop

AZ Delegation members urge DOD to act on Tucson contamination

Jun 9, 2021 Letter cites chemical plumes emanating from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and Air National Guard installation at Tucson International Airport

NASA turns its attention to Venus

Jun 9, 2021 The space agency aims to send two new spacecraft to Earth's nearest planetary neighbor.

Monsoon or nonsoon? Hard to say

Jun 8, 2021 Forecasters say chances are even for good or bad monsoon this year.

Retired Gen. McGuire jumps into Arizona Senate race

Jun 8, 2021 Republican hopes to unseat freshman senator Mark Kelly

Rural Arizona residents wait as wildfire spreads uncontained

Jun 8, 2021 The so-called Telegraph Fire, straddling two counties, has burned 112 square miles and was at zero containment Tuesday

Community organization donates $100,000 for Quitobaquito Restoration project

Jun 8, 2021 The National Park Service will use its own funds and those from donors to make improvements to the cherished desert spring.

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