More Cochise County Stories

Sandhill crane population remains higher than five and 10 year averages for the fourth year in a row

The Arizona Game and Fish Department estimates that about 42,200 Sandhill cranes are in southeast Arizona for fourth year in a row

Douglas City Council meeting interrupted by 'Zoombombing' individuals who made antisemitic remarks

The city has added new protocols to prevent the incident from happening again

Cochise County Celebrates life and legacy of first female county supervisor

Judy Gignac, who served on the board of supervisors from the late 1970s-late 1980s, passed away last month at 84

Nonprofit sues Cochise County, alleges noncompliance with the Arizona Public Records Law

American Oversight alleges the county failed fully fulfill public records requests relating the 2022 General Election among other requests for records

The Gadsden Hotel lays off employees, temporarily closes restaurant and bar

20 out of 32 employees across the hotel and restaurant were laid off two days after the Christmas holiday

Cochise Supervisors approve $50,000 funding request for extra voting machines ahead of elections

The goal of the new equipment is to reduce wait times at vote centers

Reading 1,000 books before kindergarten is the goal in Cochise County

The program encourages reading in the pre-K age group

Two historic churches burned in suspected arson case in Douglas are taking steps towards rebuilding

Braces now support and surround one church; the other has been demolished

Home affordability continues to shrink in Arizona

Buying a median priced-home could take more than half an average salary in some AZ counties.

8-year-old boy fatally shot with an high powered air rifle in St. David

The child died at Benson Hospital early Monday evening

Ciscomani meets with city and county officials, discuss economic issues surrounding U.S.-Mexico border

The Congressman criticized the Biden Administration's decision to temporarily close the Lukeville Port of Entry.

Cochise County faces a shortage of poll workers ahead of Presidental Preference Election in March

The county elections director predicts the county will need up to 250 poll workers for the March election

Sierra Vista Glow Ride brings holiday lights and cheer to Sierra Vista's neighborhoods

The event and charity has raised more than $26,000 dollars last year

Friends of Aphasia celebrates the life and work of Pete Kozachik.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Local experts weigh in on feeding the future; Meet composer and pianst Larry Redhouse; and a new series of productions at The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre called The Late Night Radio Hour.

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