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The Buzz: Previewing Season 2 of Tapped

AZPM's podcast about water returns with a season focusing on how we get water from where it is to where we want it.

When dams break

As our infrastructure ages, what can happen when structures that are often massive give way?

Senator Mark Kelly visits Tucson International Airport

He received an update on the Airfield Safety Enhancement Project.

Tiny Homes - The Outlaw Project

The Outlaw Project builds tiny homes for the local BIPOC community.

Navajo president presses Congress for more time, money, for water project

The project would deliver 37,767 acre-feet of water annually from the San Juan River basin through 300 miles of pipeline to 43 Navajo chapters, the city of Gallup, New Mexico, as well as the Teepee Junction area of the Jicarilla Apache Nation.

Permitting timetable published for Southern Arizona critical minerals mine

The South32 Hermosa project is located in the Patagonia Mountains

Report: Shifting to EV fleets would save state, local governments millions

Arizona governments could save almost $283 million over the next 10 years if roughly 20,000 gasoline-powered light-duty vehicles in their fleets that are due to be retired were replaced with electric vehicles, according a recent report.

Western Hemp Fire burns 1,000 acres on Fort Huachuca

The fire has damaged one of the main power lines to the military installation

Cochise Supervisors look at broadband internet coverage

The majority of the county's rural areas are under-served or unserved.

Hobbs vetoes GOP-backed bill to extend transportation sales tax in Arizona’s biggest county

The legislation approved in party-line votes would have prohibited the sales tax dollars from being used in Maricopa County to expand a light-rail line to the state Capitol.

Why water well goes dry

Pima County is helping with a solution.

The Buzz: Battling the Urban Heat Island Effect in Arizona

The cities we've built retain the desert heat and make conditions even warmer. How do we cool things off as temperatures warm?

Arizona plans to sink more than $85 million into potholes, other repairs

The cold weather in northern Arizona and wet weather in lower elevations, plus heavy traffic on Arizona’s highways are a recipe for potholes.

High speed internet coming to Huachuca City

Huachuca City has historically been an underserved community for internet coverage.

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