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ADEQ proposes Air Quality permit for Mine near Patagonia

Locals oppose the South32 Hermosa mine, state concerns of manganese exposure.

Arizona projected to face $1.7 billion shortfall as revenues decline

The new projections from the state's Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

Report finds Mexican cartels move migrants through Tucson Sector due to limited resources

A new report found that smuggling networks in Mexico take advantage of Border Patrol’s limited capacity in Arizona, which contributed to the increase in migrants.

Cochise County Celebrates life and legacy of first female county supervisor

Judy Gignac, who served on the board of supervisors from the late 1970s-late 1980s, passed away last month at 84

Tohono O’odham Utility Authority unveils expanded high-speed internet access

Funding for the project came from a $10 million grant funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's ReConnect Program.

Nonprofit sues Cochise County, alleges noncompliance with the Arizona Public Records Law

American Oversight alleges the county failed fully fulfill public records requests relating the 2022 General Election among other requests for records

Hobbs announces $21 million for Tucson housing programs

The money is part of an $89 million statewide investment

PACC saves 72 animals in back-to-back hoarder rescues

24 dogs, 48 cats were impounded this week.

UA settles $2.5M lawsuit over professor's on-campus killing

The settlement also includes mental health services for Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences faculty, staff and students impacted by the shooting.

Patagonia public schools consider four-day school week

Superintendent wants to reduce absenteeism, recruit and retain new teachers.

The Gadsden Hotel lays off employees, temporarily closes restaurant and bar

20 out of 32 employees across the hotel and restaurant were laid off two days after the Christmas holiday

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.

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