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Ducey signs bill directing $335M to build border fence

The fencing legislation does not say where, when or how the barriers and technology will be installed and no planning document was available.

Some fire restrictions ease ahead of the holiday weekend

Officials warn to always check restriction status before starting a fire.

Sierra Vista City Council votes to approve tentative budget of $204 million

Grants and census changes help increase the budget.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service updates rules and goals for preserving Mexican wolves

The new changes are meant to increase the population and manage its interactions with livestock operators and nearby communities.

Green Valley hospital closes

Medical staffing crisis caused wages to skyrocket, says CEO.

Rethinking 911

Leaders from Tucson, other cities create blueprint for new emergency response systems

Arizona AG will ask court to lift injunction on state abortion ban

Brnovich says law banning abortion is back in effect following Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

James Webb Telescope ready for science

Scientists say all the spacecraft's instruments are aligned for operation.

Ducey OKs $18B budget upping school, infrastructure spending

The governor on Tuesday gave his blessing to an $18 billion spending plan that uses a record surplus to invest in education and infrastructure.

Salmon drops out of GOP primary race for Arizona governor

The former congressman says it became clear he couldn't win.

Arizonans benefit from the special scent of the monsoon

Scientists find evidence of health benefits in the desert rain.

Indigenous students to get full University of Arizona tuition

University will pay tuition and fees for all who qualify.

ASU online water tool updates help Arizonans learn about waterways

The project covers shortages, farmland data, pollution levels and other aspects of water usage.

Asteroid hunters find a telescope testing center near Tucson

The company is tracking potentially valuable asteroids for future mining trips.

Tucson greets Roe reversal with protests

The crowd blocked Congress St and several intersections downtown.

Court allows Resolution Copper Mine to continue

Apache Stronghold did not prove its religious concerns were enough to stop the mine.

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