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Phoenix finishes clearing downtown homeless encampment after finding shelter for more than 500

The hundreds of tents that once lined blocks of streets in the area are now gone.

Election Task Force calls for changes to AZ law on voting rights, registration and training

The task force came up with 16 proposals to adress staff, security and voting rights

That green lawn may not be so green: Gas-powered equipment are heavy polluters

Gas-powered lawn equipment in Arizona emitted 445,908 tons of carbon dioxide in 2020, the polluting equivalent of putting 98,162 cars on the road, a new report says.

Fighting fire with fire: How prescribed burns protect forests in northern Arizona

The prescribed burns in Kaibab National Forest are part of the U.S. Forest Service’s 10-year wildfire crisis strategy, which aims to combat wildfires in high-risk forest landscapes.

The University of Arizona is taking its fundraising campaign public

The Fuel Wonder campaign has a $120 million head start.

University of Arizona leads the way in western environmental justice initiatives

Empowering communities and bridging gaps: UA's role in transforming environmental equity

Biologists are keeping a close eye on a rare Mexican wolf that is wandering out of bounds

This marks the second time the wolf — identified as F2754 — has ventured north.

The Buzz examines Southern Arizona's home rental market

Rent costs have outpaced wage growth, leading to issues for many renters and growth in help for those households.

Cattle grazing is ruining the habitat of 2 endangered bird species along Arizona river, lawsuit says

The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Tucson targets seven grazing allotments spanning 15 miles along the Gila River.

Governor orders more funding for elections, paid leave for state workers serving at polls

Hobbs said around $2.3 million from the American Rescue Plan Act will be earmarked to “support free, fair and secure elections."

Ex-Rep. Trent Franks, who offered aide $5million to have his child, is running for Congress again

The eight-term lawmaker bowed to an ultimatum from then GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan to step down.

Texas Rangers win first World Series title with 5-0 win over Diamondbacks in Game 5

The Rangers finished with a postseason-record and nearly unfathomable 11-0 record on the road.

Tucson to rip out more turf

The money comes from the state's Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of Arizona.

"The Left Hand of Darkness" grips The Rogue Theatre.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: NPR's Ari Shapiro on "Och & Oy: A Considered Cabaret"; Luis Alberto Urrea recalls his friendship with K. Le Guin ; and, Stories that Soar! returns with "The Spelling Test".

Arizona attorney general investigating Cochise County officials who refused to certify 2022 election

Both supervisors are currently looking for attorneys because Cochise County does not provide representation for criminal matters.

GCU faces record fine after federal probe into alleged deception

The university dismissed the allegations as “lies and deceptive statements.”

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