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Ex-Reclamation commissioner to head CAP

Burman led the Bureau of Reclamation from 2017 to early 2021 under the Trump administration.

The Buzz: UA students talk about the events leading to their professor's death

Three students detail months of harassment and threats that were reported, but they feel received inadequate response.

Raising money to keep local talent home.

The University of Arizona College of Applied Science and Technology wants to keep graduates in the local area.

Arizona county official grilled on hand-count plan in court

Cochise County Recorder David Stevens said he has plans to count four races on about 40,000 ballots using more than 250 volunteers he's recruited from three political parties.

Partisan mailer poses as Catholic newspaper in Arizona

A closer look at the “Arizona Catholic Tribune” revealed a different story.

High court to hear water dispute between Navajo, government

The high court said Friday it would review a lower court ruling in favor of the Navajo Nation, which spans parts of Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.

Arizonans got 50 million campaign robotexts this fall

They were just part of the estimated 2.2 billion in robotexts and 53 million campaign robocalls that were sent nationwide in the same period.

Yoga for addiction recovery and mental health expands among care providers

It has made its way into the mental and behavioral health field as a supporting tool in addiction recovery.

Local shelter may be forced to euthanize if overcrowding continues

The Pima Animal Care Center has faced extreme overcrowding since June.

Día de los Muertos: Ancient Tradition in a Modern Era

Historic celebration is gaining traction across borders and cultures

Cochise County teacher named teacher of the year

Ty White from Willcox High School is opening doors and bridging gaps.

2nd Arizona county mulling hand-counts rejects effort

The majority on the Pinal County board of supervisors said they saw no reason to doubt the current hand-count audits that verify machine tabulation results or expand them to include more precincts as one supervisor proposed.

Judge orders armed group away from Arizona ballot drop boxes

The court ruled members of Clean Elections USA, its leader, and anyone working with them are also barred from filming or following anyone within 75 feet (23 meters) of a ballot drop box or the entrance to a building that houses one.

Arizona county's ballot hand-count plan challenged in court

The suit marks the latest twist to the effort by rural Cochise County to mollify skeptics distrustful of its vote-counting equipment.

TUSD proposed revision allows parents to review books borrowed by students

If passed, it would also allow the public to review books purchased after Jan. 1, 2023.

Javelinas trick for treats: carved pumpkins in danger of being eaten

The Halloween tradition of jack-o-lanterns can lure javelinas to neighborhoods for an evening snack.

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