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The Buzz: Dealing with Arizona's PFAS problem

Why are the chemical class also known as forever chemicals so dangerous, and what's being done to fix the problem?

Work begins on 3-year I-17 construction project

New lanes and switchable lanes coming north of Phoenix-area

True Concord Voices & Orchestra premieres "Helios", and welcomes a friend from the final frontier - actor John de Lancie.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Patrick Robles, president of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona Student, urges the City of Tucson to keep public transit free; and The Tucson Orchid Society celebrates 50 years of shared fascination.

The Buzz: A strong monsoon brings road closures and floods

Why does some infrastructure get overwhelmed by above-average summer rain?

Cochise County commuters should expect some road delays

Soil tests will result in lane restrictions

Washout repair completed on I-10

A section of highway near the Arizona-California border was washed away in a flash flood.

Officials hope to reopen flood-damaged LA to Phoenix highway

The damage happened near the Arizona-California border.

High-speed internet is on its way to Douglas

A grant to Cox Communications is helping to pay for the expansion.

Thousands without power in Eloy

Residents relying on ice distribution and cooling centers.

Where's the new money in the state budget going?

We look at a handful of areas that will see a notable increase in funds this fiscal year

Tucson public transit to remain free

Teamsters claimed without fares, vehicles become refuge for the homeless.

Students compete at southern Arizona construction-skills competition

Corporate sponsored events offers a chance for them to get good-paying jobs in an exploding industry

$1.7 billion in infrastructure act funds will go towards fulfilling settlements of Indian water rights claims

Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced the funds in Phoenix this week.

AMLO: Roughly $250M in port, road projects on tap to aid Guaymas

Mexico’s president recently detailed major infrastructure investments that will help the Sonoran port city of Guaymas.

Infrastructure act funds are on the way to Arizona

The first rounds of funds will go to mine and well cleanup and public transit.

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