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CDC leaves COVID transmission rates the same in Arizona

Jul 29, 2022 Two-thirds of Arizona counties have high transmission rates.

The Bisbee Deportation, 105 years later

Jul 29, 2022 Go beyond the basics and learn what happened before and after the infamous labor rights dispute

US to fill border wall gaps at open area near Yuma

Jul 28, 2022 Biden had pledged during the campaign to stop all border wall construction

Mailboxes are overflowing with campaign ads. Who's paying for it all?

Jul 28, 2022 Outside groups spend big to sway voters as August 2nd primary approaches.

COVID numbers stay steady

Jul 27, 2022 The number of the cases has leveled off during the summer.

Upper Colorado River leaders push back against federal ask for conservation

Jul 27, 2022 Mounting pressure to find solutions has Upper Basin leaders saying the savings should come from elsewhere

Water projects in Cochise County get financial approval.

Jul 27, 2022 The Board of Supervisors vote to approve grant funds for Bisbee Effluent Recharge project and the Coyote Wash Stormwater Management Project.

National forests with wildfire damage to get Infrastructure Act funds

Jul 26, 2022 The money will go towards reforestation

New studies firmly fix source of COVID-19 outbreak

Jul 26, 2022 University of Arizona co-authored research puts the spotlight on wild animal traders in a Chinese market.

Tohono O'odham Community College to receive federal grant for Internet access

Jul 26, 2022 The U.S. Department of Commerce awards nearly two million dollars

Bats take flight during Tucson's monsoon

Jul 25, 2022 The nocturnal creatures eat mosquitoes and defy old myths about attacking people.

COVID-19 highlights need for school counselors

Jul 25, 2022 Schools across Cochise County have identified an increase in demand for mental health counseling services since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Not here for some agrarian fantasy”

Jul 25, 2022 Arizona plays a big role in providing Americans with fresh greens year-round, and its farmers are feeling the pressure to keep that going while cutting down on water. It’s also not an easy place to start farming from scratch.

Judge tosses Arizona suit over limits on virus relief funds

Jul 23, 2022 The issue revolves around using COVID money for education.

Pima County tourism saw strong rebound in 2021

Jul 23, 2022 Report commissioned by local tourism bureau says visitor spending up 77 percent

U.S. District Court releases TUSD from judicial oversight

Jul 22, 2022 Southern Arizona's largest school district has been under judicial control since 1978

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