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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

UA faces fiscal storm: CFO resigns amid sweeping financial revamp

The University of Arizona unveiled major financial reforms amid the departure of its Chief Financial Officer.

Arizona abortion laws clash: High-stakes court battle set to unfold

The case, Planned Parenthood vs. Mayes/Hazelrigg, will decide Arizona's abortion landscape.

11th Santa on the West End brings Christmas Cheer to Sierra Vista's West End

The charity event is run by local Mary Borunda and helps more than 200 kids a year

Relishing their jobs: Meet the wonder women of the Weinermobile

Oscar-Meyer “hotdoggers” spend a full year driving the iconic hot dog across the country.

How Arizona’s economic engines are rumbling towards Ukraine

Inside the lofty plans of an economic coalition trying to make Arizona integral to Ukraine’s recovery.

New report finds Pima County Sheriff’s Department has history of not responding to calls from lost migrants

Advocacy group No More Deaths found that the sheriff’s department handled distress calls based on perceived immigration status. Sheriff Nanos disputes the findings, says whether calls are transferred to Border Patrol is based purely on proximity.

Reviving Montezuma Pass: Sky Island Alliance's bold initiative to rewild decommissioned roads

From roads to rivers: volunteers unite to transform old paths into thriving wildlife corridors

Environmental groups raise concerns over proposed border road impact on endangered jaguars and critical habitat

Environmental groups say they want no new construction, in response to a proposed border road and its potential impact on endangered jaguars and other endangered and threatened species.

Pima County schools ask voters to approve locally-funded initiatives

TUSD is asking voters to fund everything from student laptops to school safety infrastructure with prop 496. And Sunnyside is asking for voters to approve props 498 and 499 for a host of operations and capital costs that affect students.

Tap water is cheap. Maybe too cheap.

That means big spending and costs that will get passed along to the millions of people who use that water in sinks, showers and sprinklers.

A look into the politics of Prop. 413

How Tucson’s struggle to pass city council raises is part of a bigger political conversation.

An unprecedented water line in an unprecedented place

In this Tapped episode, Danyelle Khmara delves into the Grand Canyon's water infrastructure challenges and the extraordinary Transcanyon Waterline upgrade, highlighting the complexities of delivering clean water in this iconic natural wonder.

Stopping the violence before it starts

Cochise County program seeks to educate youth and medical providers about domestic violence

AI in the classroom: does it have a place?

Some teachers are concerned, others are embracing the technology

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