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Cochise Supervisors approve $50,000 funding request for extra voting machines ahead of elections

The goal of the new equipment is to reduce wait times at vote centers

Former UA CFO retains $500,000 salary in new role amid fiscal challenges

Former University of Arizona Chief Financial Officer Lisa Rulney, after resigning amid a fiscal crisis, keeps her salary exceeding $500,000 in a new advisory role.

Local Tucson non-profit uses "whole healing" approach to fight homelessness

I Am You 360 provides homes and professional training for young at-risk Tucsonans

Tucson man who started Molino II Fire ordered to pay restitution to United States Forest Service

Michael J. Sobcynski enters a plea agreement for using incendiary ammunition.

New jaguar spotted on trail camera in southeastern Arizona

The Center for Biological Diversity confirms it is the eighth jaguar documented in Arizona.

Space scientists amazed at the newest photos of Jupiter's volcanic moon Io

NASA's Juno spacecraft grabbed the pictures while orbiting Jupiter last month.

UA joins project to provide hearing healthcare to low-income adults

The Hearing Healthcare Assistance Project is a collaborative effort between the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and state universities.

The Buzz: How the Israel-Hamas conflict is influencing classrooms in Arizona

Protests supporting both Palestine and Israel have made their way to Arizona's college campuses and responses from stakeholders at both the state and university levels have brought criticism.

Border crossings with Mexico reopen amidst economic concerns for Arizona border towns

Four border crossings with Mexico reopened, after the government closed them in November and December, including the Lukeville port, which was closed for 30 days. That was in response to as many as ten thousand people a day crossing the border.

Arizona lawmakers face big deficit due mostly to massive tax cut and school voucher expansion

A year ago, the state had a budget surplus of $1.8 billion. Now, it has a shortfall of about $400 million for the current fiscal year and another $450 million shortfall in the following year.

Even with drop in asylum seekers, Pima County anxious for more federal funding

Pima County continues to warn of pending street releases if Congress doesn’t allot more money for migrant services, even as officials opened the Lukeville port of entry yesterday due to a drop in unauthorized border crossings outside of ports.

Biden Administration officials discuss the reopening of Lukeville

Border officials are reopening the Lukeville port of entry tomorrow morning after a month of closure due to a decline in migrants crossing the border over the last two weeks.

Tucson TreeCycle recycling program in effect for New Year holidays

Residents can bring their Christmas trees to city sites through January 15.

Arizona border crossing with Mexico to reopen a month after migrant influx forced closure

The moves reflect a drop in illegal crossings from December highs, authorities said.

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