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Tucson willing to give up some Colorado River water

The Mayor and Council are looking at how to take stress off Lake Powell and Lake Mead.

The future of the death penalty in Arizona

AZPM spoke with Jimmy Jenkins, criminal justice reporter for The Arizona Republic, as the state resumes executions.

Title IX continues its evolution at 50

The statute's five-decade anniversary this summer highlights successes and shortcomings.

For this summer's water forecast, climate experts are looking back to winter

Snow is the key to water in Arizona and other the Colorado River Basin states.

Making the most of water in Tucson

As the monsoon approaches, The Buzz focuses on rainwater harvesting.

Arizona after Roe

Gavel to Gavel speaks with The 19th's Shefali Luthra about the impact of overturning Roe v. Wade on Arizona, where an old abortion ban remains in law.

It's one of the five Cs of Arizona's economy. But what role does mining really play in Arizona today?

This week, The Buzz examines the longtime economic driver in the state and its environmental impacts.

Arizona's declining childhood vaccination rates

"A half a percent doesn't sound like a lot but after 10 years, that's 5%, which is a lot," says Will Humble, executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association.

Arizona lawmakers at loggerheads over budget

This week, The Buzz examines the state's surplus and the debate over how to use it.

Tucson brings in few affordable housing programs through federal tax credits

Officials say the city is at a disadvantage for the competitive program.

The Constitutional amendment that could disqualify some Arizona politicians from office

Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was written to keep Confederate leaders out of government after the Civil War but has a newfound relevance.

How Arizona gets its energy

This week, The Buzz focuses on electricity — how it’s created and where it’s needed.

Arizona has a surplus. How will lawmakers spend it?

Gavel to Gavel speaks with economist Jim Rounds about the state's budget outlook and how long Arizona's surplus might last.

Tucson voters to decide on keeping sales tax for roads

Proposition 411 would continue an existing sales tax in place for ten years, raising an estimated $740 million to improve roads, bike paths and more.

The future of work

This week, The Buzz focuses on the future of work in a tight labor market.

Nogales-born Tuskeegee Airman George Biggs honored at Davis Monthan Air Force Base

Major Biggs, also the son of Buffalo Soldier Levi Biggs, flew combat missions in Korea and Vietnam

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