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Coyotes players informed the team is expected to move to Salt Lake City, AP source says

Players and officials could visit Salt Lake City next week, possibly as soon as after the season finale Wednesday.

Black people have the highest opioid fatality rate among all other races and ethnicities in Arizona

Nonfatal overdoses also occur at a higher rate for Black Arizonans than for other groups, at a rate of 67.7 per 100,000 people.

Pima County receives nearly $22 million for asylum seekers

Pima County is receiving nearly $22 million in federal funding to continue services to asylum seekers, who come to Tucson and smaller border communities after being released by Border Patrol.

Senate hopeful Kari Lake fears AZ abortion ban will motivate voters in November

Senate candidate Kari Lake continued to oppose the revival of Arizona’s 1864 near-total ban on abortion, during a campaign rally at the University of Arizona on Thursday night.

Jury visits a ranch near US-Mexico border where an Arizona man is charged with killing a migrant

The case in Nogales, Arizona, has attracted national attention as border security becomes an increasingly important issue in this year’s presidential contest.

Man who threatened UA mass shooting pleads guilty

Michael Pengchung Lee sent threatening messages to members of Greek life last October.

Days after abortion ruling: Vice President Harris visits AZ to discuss access

She says the Arizona Supreme Court ruling on abortion puts women in the state under one of the most "extreme" abortion bans in the U.S.

The Buzz: Invasive plants and wildfire danger

Arizona's increasing risk of wildfire and encroaching invasive plants are putting native plants in peril.

AZ bill targets squatters: Owners could call police for immediate removal

The bill is headed up to the governor's desk for final approval.

Cochise County finds two sealed mail-in ballots from 2022 election in ballot drop off bag

A county investigation will bring some changes to ballot chain of custody.

By Latinos, for Latinos, Amistades Receives $500,000 grant from EPA for climate justice initiative

Justicia Juntos or Justice Together, looks to raise awareness and provide education on climate resilience.

Shouts of ‘Shame! Shame!’ erupt in Arizona House as fight over abortion ban engulfs lawmakers

State legislators convened as pressure mounted from Democrats and some Republicans, including former President Donald Trump, for them to intervene.

Man convicted of killing 6-year-old Tucson girl sentenced to natural life in prison

Two months ago, the 42-year-old was found guilty of first-degree murder, kidnapping and burglary in the death of Isabel Celis, who vanished from her parents’ home in 2012.

Hours after near-total ban upheld: Providers in AZ abortion clinic fear for patients' lives

On Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court upheld a Civil War-era law that bans nearly all abortions, except to save the life of a pregnant person.

EPA takes bold action against PFAS contamination

New standards promise safer drinking water for millions, marking a significant victory in environmental health

Tucson City Council not ready to call for Gaza ceasefire

Councilmembers held a study session discussion on a potential ceasefire resolution on Tuesday.

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