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Pima County increases preschool and childcare assistance

Help available for people making up to 300% of federal poverty level

When you touch it, it gets worse

The City of Bisbee's antiquated water systems are slowing down the fire department in the face of longer and more dangerous wildfire seasons. Town leaders are looking to solve the problem while improving their water infrastructure on the whole.

Virgin Galactic picks Mesa as site for spaceplanes assembly

The craft will support the company's plans for flights from New Mexico.

Heeke named to NCAA committee

The UA Athletic Director takes the place of UCLA officials

Pima County Issues Ground-Level Ozone Advisory

Thursday marks the second consecutive day of an advisory.

Arizona attorney general asks court to unblock abortion ban

Brnovich argues a total ban is what the legislature want in place.

Tucson one of the deadliest cities in the U.S. for pedestrians, study finds

The Tucson metropolitan area has the 13th highest rate of pedestrian fatalities in the country.

Monkeypox found in Pima County

Case is the 7th in the state, 1st outside Maricopa County.

Tucson organizations hold rally to demand more action on housing affordability

The eight groups are led by the Casa Maria Soup Kitchen

Federal judge blocks Arizona's 'personhood' abortion law

Abortion providers were worried the law can lead to criminal charges like assault or child abuse and allege it is unconstitutionally vague.

Animal shelter bracing for a tough August

The Pima Animal Care Center was overcrowded over the July 4th weekend.

Arizona law limits filming police

The measure makes it illegal to knowingly film police officers 8 feet or closer without an officer’s permission.

Fort Huachuca receives $2.8M for water and environment conservation projects

The Army post is working with partners in Sierra Vista.

Biden awards Medal of Freedom to Giffords and McCain

The medal is the highest civilian award in the nation.

Abortion amendment will not appear on ballot

Organizers say they will shift efforts to get measure on the ballot in 2024.

University of Arizona researchers testing ideas for lightweight Mars glider

It would coast through the Martian skies far from landers and rovers on the surface.

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