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When wildfire burns a high mountain forest, what happens to the snow?

Researchers are trying to understand the impacts to water sources from large fires.

Pima County’s F. Ann Rodriguez, Barbara LaWall reflect on public service careers

Each served in their rolls as county recorder and county prosecutor for over 20 years.

After Capitol riot, civility advocates look to bridge political divides

Plus, former U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake reflects on bipartisanship in Congress.

January 8th anniversary & restoring civility, tourism outlook, COVID vaccinations

Plus, Pima County's recently retired recorder and chief prosecutor reflect on their long careers in office.

Looking ahead 10 years after deadly Jan. 8 shooting

Survivors and advocates discuss progress on reducing gun violence and what still needs to be done.

Tonto National Forest trying to discourage large gathering

Officials say COVID-19 restrictions prohibit this type of large gathering

Free COVID-19 antibody treatment available in Tucson

TMC offering treatment to COVID-19 patients

Electors, tribal leaders react to seizure of Capitol building

The heads of the Tohono O'odham and Navajo Nation condemned the violence in Washington D.C.

After first dose, Tucson nurse urges trust in COVID-19 vaccine

Pima County has one of the state's highest vaccination rates so far.

New year brings higher rates for TEP customers

The utility says it needs to recoup costs to help with its longer-term move to more renewable energy sources.

Local bars and restaurants sue Pima County over curfew

The lawsuit claims the county's 10 p.m. curfew is unlawful and discriminatory towards business deemed non-essential.

As Arizona becomes world hot spot, focus put on governor

Scrutiny on governor's resistance to more restrictive measures continues to spike

Arizona reports nearly 300 virus deaths, almost 10K cases

Stress on hospitals and health care professionals continues to rise sharply

Arizona electoral votes accepted after storming of the Capitol

Three AZ House members vote to reject Arizona's electoral votes.

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