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The Buzz: Dealing with Arizona's PFAS problem

Why are the chemical class also known as forever chemicals so dangerous, and what's being done to fix the problem?

Work begins on 3-year I-17 construction project

New lanes and switchable lanes coming north of Phoenix-area

The Buzz: How Arizona's lack of school mental health staff affects students

Arizona has some of the worst student-to-mental-health-professional ratios in the US.

As it recruits, Tucson Police look to diversify its force

A recent event showcases effort to double the number of female officers by 2030.

The Buzz: Law enforcement recruiting and shortages in Southern Arizona

How are law enforcement agencies being hit by a shortage of staff and what are they doing to fill open positions with diverse staff?

The Buzz: A strong monsoon brings road closures and floods

Why does some infrastructure get overwhelmed by above-average summer rain?

Pima County employees to receive time off for Juneteenth commemoration

County supervisors vote to add paid time off, but employees have choice in when to take it.

The Buzz: How the short-term rental market is changing in Arizona

The state's hold on regulations has loosened, but some municipalities want more control.

Aerial spraying to combat buffelgrass coming to Saguaro NP Wednesday

Aerial spray will target areas of high spread, while other treatments continue to be used in less affected areas.

The Buzz: How will more Colorado River water cuts affect Southern Arizona?

Tucson's rights means municipal users aren't likely to feel the pinch, but the same can't be said for agriculture.

The Buzz: USMCA turns 2

How are Arizona's importers & exporters doing under the new trade deal?

The Buzz heads back to school

With classes back in session, we speak to educators about the coming school year.

Foreclosures in AZ up but still well below pre-pandemic normals

Numbers take notable jump as pre-moratorium cases resume and more expected cases join.

Bankruptcies in AZ dropped in 2022

Fiscal year saw filings drop by 23 percent

Pima County tourism saw strong rebound in 2021

Report commissioned by local tourism bureau says visitor spending up 77 percent

What will Arizona do as its share of Colorado River water diminishes?

We hear about efforts to reassess state allocations and what may come of a billion-dollar fund established this summer.

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