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Abortion rights will play a big role this election, VP Harris says at Phoenix event

Harris told a crowd of hundreds Monday that access to IVF and contraception, and possibly same-sex marriage, are now at risk because of former President Donald Trump

Former UA student sentenced to life for professor's murder, victim's family calls for gun reform

Murad Dervish will serve life in prison with an additional 14 years for other charges.

Analysis counts toll of Arizona fentanyl crisis at $58 billion

A new report calculates the direct and indirect costs of the fentanyl crisis to Arizona’s economy at $58 billion last year.

Tucson receives new upcycled cooling center

The new cooling center is located at the Amazon Shelter on West Miracle Mile.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe welcomes new council members

The tribe celebrated the newly elected officials during an inauguration Saturday evening.

Democrats spend big hoping to snag two of Arizona’s congressional seats

Democrats view abortion as pivotal to success in Arizona.

Pedestrian deaths up in Tucson

So far in 2024 there have been 17 pedestrian and 6 bicycle fatalities.

At least 6 heat-related deaths reported in metro Phoenix so far this year as high hits 115 degrees

A heat wave baked most of the United States on Friday, with numerous areas expected to see record-breaking temperatures.

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services visits Arizona to talk abortion access

Secretary Xavier Becerra stopped in Tucson and Phoenix for his Reproductive Healthcare for All tour.

The Buzz: Efforts to reduce our use of finite resources

We look at efforts to reduce the use of plastic, water and fossil fuels.

Judge grants restraining order to put part of the state budget temporarily on hold

The request was made by Attorney General Kris Mayes after a sweep of opioid dollars.

Hobbs under pressure to call special session on groundwater

Arizona lawmakers didn’t pass significant bipartisan policy on groundwater reform this year.

With 1864 abortion ban repealed, Arizona doctors don’t need emergency licenses in California and none have signed up

Arizona abortion providers and abortion rights advocates voiced appreciation for the neighborly gesture.

Arizona governor signs budget into law after fierce negotiations to make up a massive shortfall

The spending plan is the result of weeks of negotiations between the Democratic governor and Republican legislative leaders.

Tucson braces for potential monsoon storms

City crews are preparing barricades to direct motorists away from flooded roads.

EPA Orders Air Force, AZ National Guard to address PFAS contamination at Tucson Superfund Site

Emergency directive aims to mitigate health threats from toxic chemicals in Tucson’s groundwater, pushing for immediate cleanup action and cost sharing.

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