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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.

Arizona OKs biggest US school voucher plan, faces challenge

Arizona has the most expansive education options in the nation and will have the most comprehensive voucher system if the bill takes effect.

Tucson Starbucks votes in favor of unionizing

The Starbucks is the first in the city and fifth in the state to join a growing national movement.

Governor signs $1.2B water plan as Arizona faces cutbacks

A $1 billion fund will help get new water supplies into Arizona, including a possible desalination plant Ducey has touted.

Federal government sues Arizona over new voting law

Lawsuit targets provisions requiring voters to list birthplace and provide proof of citizenship.

Arizona COVID transmission numbers climb

Most of the state is now considered to have a high transmission rate.

Bacterial outbreak found at Arizona's largest state hatchery

Officials say some of the sick fish may have been released.

Voter registration deadline nearing

The deadline to register to vote in the August primary is here.

Top election officials in Arizona county leave amid threats

Officials say they have had enough after a year and half of threats.

Protests continue over holiday weekend

People protesting the Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade were out across the country including in Tucson and Sierra Vista.

Biden to award Medal of Freedom to Giffords, McCain

The medal is the nation's highest civilian honor.

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