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Massive Arizona income tax cut going into full effect

The cut comes a year earlier than expected.

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?

Local migrant shelter reaching capacity after influx of migrants in Tucson

Last year, Casa Alitas received 100 to 175 people a day. Now, they receive 400 to 450 people a day.

Tucson landlords can no longer discriminate based on source of income

The mayor and city council passed the measure earlier this week

A new Pima County overdose prevention campaign begins

The first installment of $1.5 million from a legal settlement with pharmaceutical companies and distributors is funding the new campaign.

Super Earths are out there

Scientists find most exoplanets they have discovered are similar to our home world.

Tucson eyes hikes in Water, trash, other costs

City parks and parking lots would also get more expensive.

Signature numbers debated in Arizona voucher challenge

Supporters of the ESA expansion say not enough signatures were collected to block the law.

Work begins on 3-year I-17 construction project

New lanes and switchable lanes coming north of Phoenix-area

Planned Parenthood Arizona files immediate stay of anti-abortion ruling

The immediate stay would allow for services to continue until legal proceedings play out.

Protests begin after abortion ban is reinstated

Friday evening, protesters took to the Pima County Superior Court following its decision to reinstate a century old abortion ban.

Pima County judge says Arizona's old abortion ban can take effect

The decision comes after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

Self-driving car startup that lost permit in California coming to Tucson

The company lost its permit after the state found it had failed to monitor safety drivers' records.

Drop in medical marijuana card-holders forces businesses to adapt

Since the passing of Prop 207, medical marijuana certifications have dropped by 46%.

First-ever 'Oracle Dark Sky Cultural Festival' is this week

Residents embrace the economic boost to the town.

The Buzz: How Arizona's lack of school mental health staff affects students

Arizona has some of the worst student-to-mental-health-professional ratios in the US.

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