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New migrant facilities crop up to ease crowding, again

U.S. officials are scrambling to handle a dramatic spike in children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border alone

US West prepares for possible 1st water shortage declaration

Projections say by late next year Lake Mead could drop to levels that could threaten the ability to generate electricity at Hoover Dam

TUSD prepares for ‘full house’ during summer

Citing concerns over learning losses, TUSD expands its summer offerings

Biden administration walks back plan to keep Trump's refugee admissions cap amid backlash

The administration received major blowback after failing to raise a historically=low refugee admissions cap put in place by Trump.

Navajo Nation reports almost half of its adult residents fully vaccinated

The nation says 91,278 people are fully vaccinated and Thursday was it's fifth day with no new deaths.

Tuition costs hold steady for most Arizona college students.

Regents hold the line during pandemic disruption.

Coach Adia Barnes gets raise, contract extension

She took the Wildcats to NCAA Finals.

Sun Tran sees ridership gradually rebound from pandemic slide

Tucson's public transportation service will continue to offer free fares through the end of June.

Spread of COVID variant concerning to ASU expert

A discussion with Dr. Joshua LaBaer, executive director of the ASU Biodesign Institute.

COVID variants, mask studies, Sun Tran services

Plus, an update on key events at the Arizona Legislature.

Navajo Nation reports no COVID-19 deaths for 4th day in row

Tribal officials had ordered a lockdown last weekend over fears that a new variant could drive another deadly surge

State and tribes sign new gaming compact

More casinos and games will be allowed as part of the new deals.

Tribal nations: changes coming with the American Rescue Plan and a new federal administration

Secretary Deb Haaland discusses national building possibilities funded by the 'largest single investment in Indian Country.'

Tax deadline extension brings relief, opportunity for late filers

Experts say procrastination might pay off again this year.

News roundup: Tucson keeps odd-year elections, AZ tax deadline pushed back

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, April 15.

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