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The Buzz: Examining two questionable police incidents in Southern Arizona

Two recent events have led to criticism of separate law enforcement agencies.

Reviving the Santa Cruz River: A decade of clean waters and ecological resurgence

From stagnation to splendor: How wastewater innovation breathed life back into a desert oasis

Osiris REx asteroid sample set for fast, fiery return to Earth

The mission's final stage will mark the end of a seven-year journey to Bennu and back.

Housing and Water: How government, environmentalists and developers shape Arizona homes

The state's mild winters are often a plus for people who move here. So how does that growing population interact with a shrinking water supply?

Why is alfalfa one of Arizona's biggest crops?

Three of the 5 Cs that traditionally made up Arizona's economy have to do with agriculture. So how is that industry doing as water gets scarce?

Human smugglers primarily control migration across the U.S.-Mexico border, and are likely making billions

While many migrants are forced to wait in Mexico for a chance to seek asylum in the U.S., they become even more vulnerable to the criminal organization making staggering profits controlling who crosses the border and where.

Fort Huachuca unit wins best squad competition

They advance to the Army-level competition in September.

How water gets to (most of) us

Most of us get our water from a utility company, be it a large municipal one or a small private entity. This week, we look at the work that one small company does to keep the water flowing, and what happened when another utility had a big problem.

Bisbee becomes the newest "Community Wildlife Habitat" in Arizona

Grassroots effort aims to help pollinators and other wildlife in the city.

Grijalva and Ciscomani sitdown together

The talk was an opportunity to hear about differences and common ground.

When dams break

As our infrastructure ages, what can happen when structures that are often massive give way?

Douglas Downtown Revitalization Project adjustments, gain criticism from locals

Petitions have circulated against the city's plan to update infastructure of the downtown area.

Buffalo Soldier Day celebration at Camp Naco

The day celebrates the history of the Buffalo Soldiers

Cities looking to increase employee wages in budgets for new fiscal year

The goal is to make salaries more competitive and help retain employees

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