EPA Orders Air Force, AZ National Guard to address PFAS contamination at Tucson Superfund Site

Jun 19, 2024 Emergency directive aims to mitigate health threats from toxic chemicals in Tucson’s groundwater, pushing for immediate cleanup action and cost sharing.

Pima County and Arizona are requesting FEMA money for asylum seeker aid programs

Jun 14, 2024 Pima County has been running an aid program for asylum seekers and migrants released by the Border Patrol across southern Arizona to pursue immigration cases in the U.S. since 2019.

Here's why an Arizona medical examiner is working to track heat-related deaths

Jun 11, 2024 Rethinking how to catalog and count heat-related deaths is a major step toward understanding the growing impacts of climate change.

Blocked from asylum, migrants juggle their choices

Jun 10, 2024 Under Biden's asylum ban, migrants can either go home or try to cross into the U.S. again

The Golden Triangle: How the CHIPS Act is changing one Arizona neighborhood

May 31, 2024 The investment and growth spurred by government dollars are heightening competition among residents, business owners and local officials.

Eviction filings in Pima County: Constables on the front line of a housing crisis

May 18, 2024 Constables in Pima County enforce evictions, balancing duty and compassion amid rising housing insecurity.

Forest Service begins public scoping period for South32 Hermosa Mine Project

May 10, 2024 If approved the mine will supply zinc and manganese.

Housing Crisis: The Amphi Panteras advocate for residents of the Malibu Apartments in Tucson

May 8, 2024 In Tucson’s Amphi neighborhood, a tenant activist group is focusing their attention on the Malibu Apartments where tenants are fighting for their rights.

Despite growing gaps in homeless services, community assistance groups feel unsupported

May 6, 2024 Mutual aid organizers report the feelings of hostility have increased this year.

Changing their tune: Turmoil within Republicans over abortion and its election impact

Apr 30, 2024 Arizona's senate requires some bipartisan support to repeal the 1864 near-total ban. But, some Republicans are fighting to keep the ban, while others are wavering.

Navigating the Arizona Housing Crisis: Millennials struggle to afford the American Dream

Apr 29, 2024 Exploring barriers for young buyers amidst soaring prices and dwindling inventory.

Hot weather brings annual housing concerns to Arizona

Apr 29, 2024 City planners seek to create policies to keep residents cool and relieve the affordable housing crisis.

Ancient farmers dug canals that shaped Phoenix's modern water system

Apr 18, 2024 Those ancient farmers have been referred to as the "Hohokam" but it’s not the name of a tribe or a people, and their O'Odham, Hopi, and Zuni descendants do not call them that.

Two planes collided over the Grand Canyon and forever changed aviation

Apr 17, 2024 In the back of Flagstaff Citizen’s Cemetery hides a memorial for what was once the deadliest commercial airline disaster in U.S. history.

Yuma Quartermaster Depot home to iconic Arizona history

Apr 16, 2024 The building housed the U.S. Army and Customs Service.

Roadside monument honors the 1st cowboy star

Apr 15, 2024 Tom Mix died in a 1940 crash south of Florence.

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