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Tucson city budget town hall: infrastructure and mobility

Thursday night's town hall updated residents on various projects and surveyed attendees' priorities.

Council suspends Reid Park Zoo project

45 day pause gives time for a compromise.

An early look at the Biden administration’s approach to immigration policy

President Biden has already approved a slew of directives on immigration policy, but not everything has changed.

Roundtable: vaccine rollout, Pima County supervisors, political violence

Guests include Dan Shearer of the Green Valley News/Sahuarita Sun and Jim Nintzel of Tucson Local Media.

Uhlich appointed to replace Durham on Tucson City Council

Three term council veteran will serve until the next election.

Recall effort against Tucson mayor fails

City Clerk says petition signatures insufficient.

Grand Canyon Protection Act passes House

The bill would permanently protect the region around the national park from new mining claims.

Arizona changes 'use it or lose it' water law

A bill signed last week allows water users to voluntarily conserve water without risking loss of the rights to it.

Conservation group: Border wall construction continues

The Center for Biological Diversity says construction is continuing in spite of the President's order to stop it.

Sinema, Kelly vote to convict Trump in impeachment trial

Both cited attempt to force the overturn of free and fair elections

New District 7 state representative named

Jasmine Blackwater-Nygren was appointed the newest representative for District 7.

Navajo Nation reports 98% of available COVID-19 vaccine doses administered

The Navajo Nation and other tribes will also soon split hundreds of millions in federal COVID-19 relief.

Congressional Dems ask Ducey to explain use of COVID-19 cash

Ducey used more than 20% of the $1.86 billion the state received in federal CARES Act relief cash to backfill agency budgets

Former Coconino County Supervisor named to USDA senior staff position

Liz Archuleta accepts senior staff position in the U.S. Department of Agriculture

Political strife, pandemic causing public discourse to plunge even lower

UA researcher says civility suffered a setback during the January insurrection.

Second president of Navajo Nation dies after COVID-19 battle

Albert Hale, who also served on the Arizona Legislature, died Tuesday.

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