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Human remains found on Tumamoc Hill

UAPD says the identity of the person and their cause of death is still unknown.

White Mountain Apache Tribe to reinstate 10 p.m. curfew

After 12 new cases in 24 hours, the tribe will move to Phase 3 restrictions. It also canceled its upcoming fair and rodeo.

Marijuana sales stabilizing in Arizona

The state is getting millions a month in tax revenue from the sales.

Full Tourism Rebound Could Take Years in Arizona

The governor recently announced a new tourism initiative that will be funded with over $100 million in federal aid.

Health care challenges, border travel restrictions, tourism recovery

Plus, efforts to boost COVID vaccination rates in rural areas of southern Arizona

Flash flood watch through Saturday

NWS predicts 2006-style rainstorms into the weekend.

New owners plan to rebuild iconic Mescal Movie Set in Benson

It once made Benson one of the most recognizable western cinematic towns on the big screen

Banner to require COVID-19 vaccines for staff

The health care system is giving employees about three months to get vaccinated.

Arizona offering return-to-work bonus

People who are back in the workforce are eligible for up to $2,000.

Bezos' private space program could yield dividends for researchers

Scientists anticipate less-expensive access to Earth orbit and the moon.

Davis-Monthan big part of A-10 future

The Tucson base is working to keep the aging warplane flying.

CBP data shows another rise in apprehensions, repeat crossings

The agency says border officers encountered almost 190,000 migrants across the southwest border.

Uncertainty abounds as some asylum seekers bypass pandemic-era restrictions at border

Migrants part of DHS Title 42 exemption program find communities ready to help in the U.S., but more questions remain

TPD still looking for answers in Sunday shooting

The suspect was prohibited from owning a gun.

Arizona again reporting over 1,000 new COVID-19 cases

Cases have been over 1,000 for four of the last five days

Pascua Yaqui Tribe to launch vaccination incentive program

The tribe is offering $100 to members living in Arizona who are fully-vaccinated.

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