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Mood matters in the workplace

A University of Arizona-led report found people haboring negative feelings do better with details.

Bisbee-Douglas International Airport runway repaving moving forward

The Board of Supervisors agreed to a grant program to help fund the project.

Arizona hires new directors for corrections, public safety

Gov. Katie Hobbs announced Tuesday that Ryan Thornell will take over the DOC while Tempe Police Chief Jeffrey Glover will be the next head of the DPS.

Neighbors sue Arizona city to restore water cut in drought

Homeowners in Rio Verde Foothills, located in unincorporated Maricopa County, sued Scottsdale, demanding that access to the city's water supply be restored.

Sierra Vista celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

Plans had to change due to weather but it didn't dampen the enthusiasm.

African American Museum of Southern Arizona opens

The museum officially opened on Saturday, Jan. 14 and is located at the University of Arizona.

More than 41,000 sandhill cranes in Southern Arizona

Arizona birders can see the cranes in person at the annual Wings over Willcox Bird & Nature Festival.

Forest Service resumes cleanup of abandoned mines near Prescott after pause

The project, which was split into two because of funding issues and to avoid interfering with the owls, began in December 2021.

Vertical farm in Avondale promotes sustainability, technology, water conservation

It uses uses 99% less water than a traditional farm and grows seasonal produce year round – all without soil or anyone driving a tractor.

Hobbs wants to undo school voucher expansion

The Governor's budget proposal says the expansion is siphoning money from underfunded public schools and would cost $1.5 billion dollars over the next decade.

Sierra Vista swears in new mayor

A new Mayor Pro Tem was also sworn in.

New Tucson 80 year water master plan implements rainwater harvesting

The first draft is not expected until September this year.

Recall petitions circulating for Cochise County supervisor

In order to trigger a recall, The Committee to Recall Tom Crosby has 120 days to gather 4,865 signatures.

City Council asks Attorney General Mayes to reconsider housing ordinance

The previous attorney general ruled that the city was found in violation of state law.

Scientists are taking a closer look at Saturn's moon Enceladus

The ice moon spouts geysers of water that could harbor basics for extraterrestrial life.

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