News, Articles

Drought persists in Southwest despite summer rains

Sep 17, 2021 Forecasters predict hotter than normal temperatures and lower than normal snow and rain through the end of the year.

Judge orders government to stop expelling families under Trump-era border policy

Sep 16, 2021 Biden administration has continued to use Title 42 to send migrants back to Mexico almost immediately after apprehension.

University of Arizona researchers pioneering new method of saving old structures

Sep 16, 2021 Historic buildings could get new life thanks to robotics.

Lawyer: Arizona Senate's 2020 election review out next week

Sep 16, 2021 Comments came during hearing on lawsuit over records from Senate's election review.

Arizona reports 2,855 new COVID-19 cases, 27 new deaths

Sep 16, 2021 Pima County reports 56.7% of local residents are fully vaccinated.

Pinal County officials consider challenging census results

Sep 15, 2021 County's population was smaller than expected, officials say

Arizona sees boost in revenue from tribal casinos

Sep 15, 2021 The tribal gaming compact helped increase the numbers.

Mexico completes vaccination campaign for adults in northern border cities

Sep 15, 2021 In June, Mexico introduced a campaign to vaccinate all adults in in cities along its northern border to help speed the lifting of pandemic travel restrictions

USMCA commission asks Mexico to respond to alleged lack of protection for endangered porpoise

Sep 15, 2021 Officials in Mexico have 60 days to respond to a petition alleging the country is failing to enforce environmental laws meant to protect the vaquita marina porpoise.

Arizona Supreme Court allows release of Senate records from election review

Sep 14, 2021 The watchdog group American Oversight sued in an effort to bring more transparency to the so-called election audit.

'Dreamers' wait as Congressional Democrats push for an immigration reform measure

Sep 14, 2021 Within a sweeping budget reconciliation package, Democrat-drafted measure looks to provide a pathway to legal status for some 8 million.

Tohono O'odham Nation rolling out vaccine incentive program

Sep 14, 2021 The nation is offering qualified tribal members $400 if they can prove they're fully vaccinated by mid-November.

Brnovich sues Biden over vaccine mandate

Sep 14, 2021 The Arizona Attorney General says the mandate is unconstitutional.

Commission adopts maps as 'starting point' for redrawing Arizona's congressional, legislative districts

Sep 14, 2021 Redistricting commission will hold hearings on the maps in coming weeks.

Arizona reports 2,609 new COVID-19 cases, 117 deaths

Sep 14, 2021 Number of new deaths is the most in a single day since February.

Sonora's new governor slams predecessors, promises major changes

Sep 14, 2021 Alfonso Durazo was sworn into office Monday.

Selected Archive Filters

News
Arizona Public Media is a service of the University of Arizona and our broadcast stations are licensed to the Arizona Board of Regents who hold the trademarks for Arizona Public Media and AZPM. We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples.
The University of Arizona