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Tucson City Council passes resolution supporting abortion rights

The resolution is in advance of an expected U-S Supreme Court ruling.

Senate hears bill on Grand Canyon mining

A Senate subcommittee hears about the importance of the proposal.

State has mixed bag of growth in 2021

Census data show swings in local populations.

Governor heads to Israel

He will talk trade, water, and border security while there.

Ducey vetoes voter registration bill

The bill would have forced investigations of voter registrations.

Hydropower customers could pay extra fees

Federal law requires fees be paid whether or not dams are generating power.

Hudbay wins a round in court

A judge ruled the Rosemont and Copper World mines are not legally related.

Tucson willing to give up some Colorado River water

The Mayor and Council are looking at how to take stress off Lake Powell and Lake Mead.

No charges for TPD officer in parking lot fight

The Pima County Attorney’s office said there is not enough evidence to charge.

Douglas voters reject pay raise for mayor, council

The city’s residents voted down about half of the 36 proposed amendments to the city’s charter, though results are not final.

The future of the death penalty in Arizona

AZPM spoke with Jimmy Jenkins, criminal justice reporter for The Arizona Republic, as the state resumes executions.

Democrats seek criminal charges against Trump Interior head

Lawmakers say David Bernhardt pushed for approval of a 28,000-home development near the endangered San Pedro River.

Arizona Supreme Court says Gosar, Finchem, Biggs can stay on ballot

Group argued lawmakers should be disqualified under provision barring any official from office after participating in an insurrection.

NASA calls University of Arizona a "crown jewel"

University students and researchers work with NASA on a number of high-profile projects.

Ducey signs bill limiting successor's pandemic powers

The measure signed Friday won’t take effect until Ducey leaves office.

Arizona lawmakers at loggerheads over budget

This week, The Buzz examines the state's surplus and the debate over how to use it.

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