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Supporter of Rosemont Copper on Importance of Project

Arizona 360 sits down with Rick Grinnell of the Southern Arizona Business Coalition.

A Look at the History of the Rosemont Copper Project

Exploring the issues around the $1.9 billion project with Arizona Daily Star reporter Tony Davis.

Conservation Group President Discusses Environmental Impact of Rosemont Copper

Gayle Hartmann speaks out against the newly permitted mining project.

Arizona Charter School Legislation Appears Dead

The legislation was prompted by growing public scrutiny of charter schools, their finances and their owners.

Tohono O'odham Police Seize 43K Fentanyl Doses

Tribal police led a task force that resulted in three arrests and the seizure of pills valued at over $700,000.

Arizona Unemployment Rate Stays at 5.1 Percent in February

The state's economy added 30,200 jobs since January.

Trump's Invective at John McCain Dismays Some Republicans

Several leading Republicans had signaled a new willingness to defy Trump and defend the late senator and veteran.

Preview Tucson Cine Mexico 2019!

Also: March is National Kidney Month, hear the story of a Tucson woman whose family is coping with a serious hereditary kidney disease; and how Edie Jarolim found family history next door to Sigmund Freud.

Tucson Mulls No-Car Days on Sentinel Peak Road

A cyclist was killed on the popular road last fall.

Tucson City Council Votes to Take E-Scooters for a Spin

A dockless electric scooter pilot program was approved to start later this summer.

Arizona Pulls Out of Disputed Voter-Flagging System

The Kansas-based Crosscheck database is the target of an ACLU lawsuit.

Monitor: Pima County is Drought-Free, for Now

The spell will not last long as the temperatures rise.

'Woman-Ochre' Going on First Public Display Since it Was Stolen in 1985

The painting, found in a house in New Mexico in 2017, is later headed for restoration at the Getty Museum in LA.

GOP Arizona Senators Back Charter Oversight Legislation

Opposing Democrats said the legislation was written by the charter industry and doesn't do enough to end problems.

Grand Canyon Park Superintendent Steps Down

Christine Lehnertz, the first female superintendent of the park, is the second consecutive Grand Canyon chief to leave under pressure.

Senate Committee Approves $20M for Pinal Wells

The proposal was revived after being killed in the House.

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