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New Sierra Vista Council member

The council also approves a new property tax levy.

Missouri man charged with threatening Arizona election official

It is the second case of an Arizona official being threatened.

Colorado River states fail to meet federal deadline on restricting water use

Arizona will lose 21% of its Colorado River allotment next year.

More water cuts coming to Arizona

The federal Bureau of Reclamation has announced how much Colorado River water the state will give up.

Two dozen rescued from Bear Canyon

Tucson Fire was called in to rescue the adults and children.

GSA hosts public meeting expanding Douglas’ Port of Entry

The new port is a project that many has been in the works for years.

The Buzz heads back to school

With classes back in session, we speak to educators about the coming school year.

Arizona county that saw election problems to waive city costs

Pinal County had a number of election issues.

Conservationists file notice of intent to sue EPA over Queen Creek mining waste

The groups also take aim at the state Department of Environmental Quality.

State issues mercury warning for some fish caught in Patagonia Lake

The warning only applies to eating Flathead Catfish.

Fight over Resolution Copper Mine drags on

Both sides expect the fight to continue

Pinal County names new recorder amid election woes reshuffle

The move comes one day after the Election Director was fired.

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