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‘Combating this epidemic’: Native Americans gather to address suicide prevention

In 2019, suicide was the second leading cause of death for Native Americans and Alaska Natives between the ages of 10 and 34.

Jim Weiers, former speaker of the Arizona House, dies at 70

Jim Weiers was born in South Dakota in 1953 and moved to Phoenix in 1965.

ASU football slapped with probation, scholarship reductions due to violations during Herm Edwards era

The NCAA Infractions Committee announced the athletic department faces four years of probation, scholarship reductions and recruiting restrictions.

AZ abortion ban is not in effect yet, attorney general tells hospitals

She said she would notify medical providers if the enforcement date changes.

Coyotes officially leaving Arizona for Salt Lake City

The NHL announced the team was sold on Thursday afternoon.

UA's fiscal woes improve: projected $52 million deficit after cuts

The announcement was made during the Arizona Board of Regents meeting on Thursday.

City Prosecutor’s Office reports progress in expunging marijuana offenses

A new internship with the University of Arizona College of Law is helping move expungement filings faster.

Jury starts deliberation in border rancher murder trial

George Alan Kelly has pled not guilty in the murder of a Mexican citizen.

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

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.

The Buzz: Historic Markers Around the State

We wrap up a series of stories from around the state by telling three historic stories.

Reviving the Santa Cruz: efforts to restore Arizona’s endangered river

Local groups push for Urban National Wildlife Refuge designation.

Arizona House again refuses to repeal 1864 abortion law but Senate agrees

House Speaker Ben Toma kept the bill from being brought up.

Israel-Palestine tensions remain high in Tucson

Anti-semitic incidents increased in Arizona last year, and just this week a counter protestor ripped up signs at a Tucson demonstration in support of Gaza.

US court rejects a request by tribes to block $10B SunZia energy transmission project in Arizona

The project — approved in 2015 following a lengthy review — has been touted as the biggest U.S. electricity infrastructure undertaking since the Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s.

Two planes collided over the Grand Canyon and forever changed aviation

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

‘Arizona is Home’ mortgage assistance program kickstarts statewide homeownership drive

Empowering first-time buyers and expanding housing access across Arizona.

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