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From painting in prison to professional artist

Tucson resident makes a life-changing transformation with her talents.

With less water on the surface, how long can Arizona rely on what's underground?

Some experts say aquifers are overtaxed and shouldn’t be seen as a long-term solution for a region where the water supply is expected to shrink in the decades to come.

Looking back at 2021

The Buzz looks back at some of the staff’s favorite stories of the last year.

The Boneyard helps create a digital twin of a fighter jet

The Air Force and Wichita State students are working together on the project.

Traffic fatalities in Arizona on track this year to surpass 2020

The number of people killed in automobile crashes around Arizona during 2021 could reach the highest level in over a decade.

New congressional, legislative districts approved

The new congressional district boundaries create three seats that lean Democratic, four seats that lean Republican and two that are more narrowly divided between the parties.

Local organization gives tours showing how to conserve water

The group also helps homeowners navigate rebates and grants to defray the cost.

'Fearless' student podcasters explore big issues

Meet some of the students and the teacher behind Tucson's City High Radio.

Surge of federal funds planned to expand broadband access across Arizona

Most of the money will go to Arizona's rural counties.

Sewage crisis hits Mexico beach community

Sonora's governor promises aid

Wildlife of Southern Arizona

This week The Buzz talks with experts studying bats, Gila Topminnows and jaguars, and others who focus on how animals move from place-to-place.

The rising cost and need for housing in Arizona

This week, The Buzz examines some of the factors behind the continued rise in housing costs.

Nonprofit helps homeowners find good price for solar panels

The organization is launching its second co-op in Tucson.

Drought monitors paint a bleak picture for the Colorado River

Four metrics are used to track drought, and they paint a bleak picture

Managing water in the desert

One organization, Watershed Management Group, is teaching Tucsonans how to manage water in the desert.

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