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Dozens of hikers became ill during trips to waterfalls near the Grand Canyon

The waterfalls are on the Havasupai Tribe's reservation, which is accessible only by foot, helicopter or by riding a horse or mule.

HUD will allow more federal dollars to go toward electric bill assistance

Government officials visited a public housing complex in Tucson to make the announcement.

Conservation groups threaten legal action over Pinto Valley Mine expansion

Sierra Club and Maricopa Audubon Society claim violations of the Endangered Species Act, citing risks to wildlife and water resources.

The Buzz: Coping with Extreme Heat

As summer temperatures get dangerous, we look at efforts to keep people safe.

ACLU sues Biden administration over new executive action on the southern border

The ACLU filed a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday challenging the Biden administration’s new executive actions that block migrants from seeking asylum at the southern U.S. border when crossings surge.

NLRB files complaint against Arizona EV manufacturer Lucid Motors

The government accuses Lucid of launching a multi-pronged campaign to squash legally protected unionizing efforts in early 2023.

UA Professor Emeritus Noam Chomsky hospitalized in his wife's native country of Brazil after stroke

Chomsky transformed the study of linguistics and has also been an influential critic of U.S. foreign policy and the media.

Here's why an Arizona medical examiner is working to track heat-related deaths

Rethinking how to catalog and count heat-related deaths is a major step toward understanding the growing impacts of climate change.

Conflicting weather patterns bring monsoon uncertainty

The upcoming transition between an El Niño winter and a La Niña summer is unique.

Blocked from asylum, migrants juggle their choices

Under Biden's asylum ban, migrants can either go home or try to cross into the U.S. again

New affordable housing project to transform historic Sugar Hill neighborhood

City of Tucson receives $2.5 million state tax credit to build 66 affordable units.

James Webb Space Telescope looks at planet-forming process

The stellar observatory continues to help scientists develop theories about the universe.

Picacho Peak State Park closed after small plane crash

A hiker called 911 after seeing the plane go down.

The Buzz: Arizona's Economy and Water

We speak with economic experts about Arizona's economy, with attention paid to how water plays a role.

Judge dismisses Native American challenge to $10B SunZia energy transmission project in Arizona

Judge Jennifer Zipps said in her ruling issued Thursday that the plaintiffs were years too late in bringing their challenge.

UA expecting less cash on hand next fiscal year

In a report to an ABOR committee UA officials gave the latest numbers.

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