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Davis-Monthan big part of A-10 future

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

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.

Migrants in Nogales seek entry through exemption as pandemic-era restrictions drag on

A DHS program allows a few hundred people a day to gain entry through humanitarian exemption, but questions remain.

Spread of delta variant underscores importance of COVID vaccine

About 60% of eligible adults in Pima County are fully vaccinated against the disease.

PCC expands programs for in-demand trade jobs

Tony Paniagua also hears from people about why they chose careers in trade professions.

Trade labor, COVID variant, new spending plans

Plus, industries in Arizona experiencing labor shortages.

Arizona 360 explores increase in border apprehensions and migrants’ journeys

Lorraine Rivera travels across Pima and Yuma counties for a firsthand look at enforcement and rescues.

Flat tax passes Arizona House

The flat tax was a priority for Governor Doug Ducey.

Growing infrastructure in the Tucson metro and the RTA’s role

Voters approved the Regional Transportation Authority in 2006.

When can a business or institution mandate COVID vaccines?

Gov. Ducey signed an executive order blocking public universities and community colleges from mandating the vaccine.

Water cutbacks anticipated as Lake Mead levels drop

The reservoir's level hit a record low in June.

UA climatologist hopeful monsoon will arrive in early July

Precipitation shortfalls over the last year has exasperated drought in the region.

Telegraph Fire evacuee grateful to firefighters for saving business

Residents of Top-of-the-World had to temporarily evacuate.

Telegraph Fire; water shortages; mandating vaccines

Plus, the Regional Transportation Authority's role in shaping the Tucson metro.

Public radio investigates tribal jails, finds tragedy

The investigation identifies a 'pattern of neglect and mismanagement that lead to their death.'

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