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A journey of survival and love: Venezuelan asylum seeker flees bigotry and perseveres for a new life in the United States

Reydi shares his journey of political persecution in Venezuela, escaping homophobic attacks in Ecuador, treacherous migration through Central America and Mexico, and finally reuniting with his partner in the United States, where they hope to gain asylum.

One year after Dobbs: an abortion provider reflects on low access in the state

A medical director for a family planning clinic in Phoenix recalls the events leading to Arizona's abortion access today.

Breaking Barriers: how Tucson's Juneteenth created community since before statehood

As Tucson's official Juneteenth festival marks 53 years, historians look back on a celebration that dates back to the late 1800s.

Cochise County holds county-wide food drive

The food drive will run from June 18-25

Fort Huachuca's historic Mountain View Officers' Club has a new purpose

The Fort has submitted a purposal for the building to be a Range Operations Synchronization Center.

Participants continue to walk, 20 years later, to end migrant death in the Arizona borderlands

During the 20th annual Migrant Trail Walk, participants walked 75 miles, from Sásabe, Sonora, to Tucson to call for changes in immigration policy that would end migrant deaths on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Post Title 42, some migrants have hope of gaining asylum

With improvements to the federal CBP One app, some migrants who wait along the U.S.-Mexico border in Sonora have hope they’ll get an appointment to seek asylum while others still wait with little change in sight.

Authorities make arson arrest related to two Douglas church fires

A man who lives in Douglas was taken into custody by federal authorities.

Coexisting in rural spaces

How the Mexican Wolf Recovery Program is succeeding.

At Lake Powell, record low water levels reveal an 'amazing silver lining'

Water managers are under pressure to keep water flowing through hydroelectric turbines within Glen Canyon Dam, which holds back Powell.

Space X extravaganza tests limits of public understanding

Why the explosive test flight launched a debate over success vs. failure in engineering and science.

Officials prepare for change in border policy

As Title 42 comes to an end, border officials prepare for a possible influx in migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border.

21 incarcerated men earn software development certification

For six hours a day, five days a week, the participants worked with instructors and one another to learn both hard and soft skills.

Miracle Valley in Cochise County could be sold

The county is getting ready to auction the bible college property.

Tucson joins call to action to end violence against Indigenous women

Tucson is joining local jurisdictions in combating violence against Native American women.

Statewide, congenital syphilis cases are on the rise.

Healthcare professions say that this disease is one hundred percent preventable.

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