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Pima County supervisors appoint Stahl Hamilton to fill Senate vacancy

Stahl Hamilton will fill the Legislative District 10 seat vacated by fellow Tucson Democrat Kirsten Engel.

Arizona increases in cases, deaths high after hiatus in reporting

After releasing no reports Sunday or Monday, the Department of Health Services reported 5,660 additional confirmed cases and 174 more deaths.

Watch: Senate hearing for Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus to lead customs agency

President Joe Biden nominated Magnus to be commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Low-interest loans available to businesses that suffered Gila River flood damage

The loans are available though the U.S. Small Business Administration.

University of Arizona engineers developing latest wearable diagnostic device

The array of sensors can be 3D printed and worn like a sleeve.

Vice president visits Lake Mead

Vice President Kamala Harris surveyed drought conditions and made a case for the Biden Administration’s infrastructure plans.

U.S. formally removes Colorado River fish's endangered status

The humpback chub is one of about a dozen that are native to the Colorado River system and four that are currently endangered.

Penalties unclear for University of Arizona employees who miss vaccination deadline

University president says he expects very few employees will be denied exemption.

Tucson develops plan to allow for more casitas

The city will take public comment on Tuesday, October 19th, 2021.

$36M going to select utility companies for temporary assistance

The pilot program includes Tucson Electric Power and Southwest Gas, but the Arizona Department of Economic Security it intends to take it statewide.

Mexico expresses concerns about possible reinstatement of Remain in Mexico program

The Biden administration is preparing to restart a program known as “Remain in Mexico” after a federal judge ordered its reinstatement.

University of Arizona engineering students demonstrate solar cooking skills

Over five hundred freshman tested home-made solar ovens on the mall.

U.S. will lift border travel restrictions on Nov. 8 for fully vaccinated visitors

Those traveling for essential reasons — including truck drivers, people crossing to go to school or work or for medical reasons — will have until January to become fully vaccinated.

Arizona Senate's election review records again ruled public

A judge has ruled in favor of the release of communications between leaders in the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate and private contractors.

Ahead of hearing on Oak Flat, a 'spiritual convoy' travels to court

The nonprofit Apache Stronghold is traveling to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in California to try and block copper mining at the Apache sacred site.

University of Arizona employees must be vaccinated by Dec. 8, president says

ASU, NAU will also require vaccination, citing new policies for federal contractors.

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