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Lake Powell drops to a new record low as feds scramble to prop it up

The reservoir is currently about 22% full, and is expected to keep declining until around May.

I-10 remains closed Wednesday morning due to deadly crash. Air quality remains an issue in the area

The incident involves a crashed commercial truck that was carrying nitric acid.

Crash involving hazardous material fire closes Interstate 10 east of Tucson

I-10 is closed in both directions between Kolb and Rita roads. People warned to avoid the area.

Alva Torres Plaza

Dedicated in honor of Alva Bustamante Torres, a fourth generation Tucsonan and community activist who fought to preserve important sites during Tucson’s Urban Renewal of the 1960s & 70s.

January 8th Memorial

The January 8th Memorial Foundation and the Southern Arizona Heritage and Visitor Center created "The Embrace" to memorialize those involved in Tucson's tragic mass shooting 12 years ago.

Should federal grants favor highway repair over expansion?

The state lost out on federal dollars to expand I-10.

I-11 lawsuit goes to court

Environmental groups say alternative routes were not considered.

VP Harris touts Arizona-California power transmission line

Harris and others celebrated the new line during visit to Maricopa County.

Nighttime closure of tunnel near Bisbee

Construction crews are improving the tunnel.

ADEQ to test all small water systems for PFAS

An EPA grant will allow the state to test water from 1,200 providers.

The Buzz: Looking back on 2022

Newsworthy interviews and topics that we addressed this year.

The Buzz: Sunshine Mile project complete after years of work

Renovation to downtown's eastern gateway has been a topic since the 1990s.

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

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