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Drought monitors paint a bleak picture for the Colorado River

Four metrics are used to track drought, and they paint a bleak picture

Managing water in the desert

One organization, Watershed Management Group, is teaching Tucsonans how to manage water in the desert.

Americans travel for dental care south of the border

Tony Paniagua reports from Nogales.

New border rules and travel to Tucson

Arizona 360 checks in with Felipe Garcia at Vamos a Tucson, the Visit Tucson bureau that monitors travel to the region.

Congress approves millions of dollars in new funding for Arizona ports of entry

Luis Ramirez, an international border adviser, talks to Arizona 360 about what those improvements mean for cross border trade and border communities.

Border traffic rebounding

Arizona 360 examines how federal officers are handling the increase in traffic and monitoring vaccinate documents.

The economics and community of food

The Buzz examines how food moves through the economy and how it brings people together.

U.S. border reopens for vaccinated travelers from Mexico

Tony Paniagua visits Nogales to learn more about what this change in policy means for people and businesses on the border.

A closer look at housing in Pima County

Lorraine Rivera speaks with Arizona Public Media business and economics reporter Megan Myscofski.

School supplies and more at Tucson Unified School District’s resource center

Students enrolled in the Tucson Unified School District utilize the district’s resource center for school supplies and other support.

Inside the Center of Opportunity in Tucson

About 350 men, women and children seek housing at Gospel Rescue Mission on any given day.

The Boneyard helps create a digital twin of a fighter jet

The Air Force and Wichita State students are working together on the project.

Oro Valley sees a 12% increase in new businesses

Community and economic development director Paul Melcher discusses growth in Oro Valley.

The past and future of San Manuel

Once a vibrant copper mining town northeast of Tucson, San Manuel residents are looking for ways to improve their hometown.

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