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GCU faces record fine after federal probe into alleged deception

The university dismissed the allegations as “lies and deceptive statements.”

Southern Arizona schools get passing grades from the state

The Arizona Department of Education is out with its annual school grades.

Arizona will receive $30 million for energy assistance funding.

All 50 states, 125 tribes, three territories, and the District of Columbia will be funded.

U.S. Dep. of Energy announced federal support of three transmission projects

The Southline Transmission Project is one of the three projects and will span from Hidalgo County New Mexico to Pima County in Arizona.

USS Arizona gets its first skipper

The nuclear submarine is still under construction.

The Buzz speaks with Tucson City Council candidates

Candidates see streets, crimes and homelessness as the city's top issues.

Federal officials say plan for water cuts from 3 Western states is enough to protect Colorado River

The U.S. Department of the Interior said in a statement that the risk of reaching critically low water elevations at Lake Powell and Lake Mead, the river's two key reservoirs, has gone down substantially.

IRS Direct File comes to Arizona

Taxpayers can file federal and state returns with new IRS web site.

No Labels sues Arizona to block opponents from using the new political party to run for office

The lawsuit asks a federal judge in Phoenix to block Democratic Secretary of State Adrian Fontes from allowing people to run for offices other than president or vice president under the No Labels banner.

New Colorado River rules will be hard to agree on

A new report shows just how tricky it could be.

Adding officers to schools

The AZ Dept. of Education has a new plan to get more police officers intos schools

An unprecedented water line in an unprecedented place

In this Tapped episode, Danyelle Khmara delves into the Grand Canyon's water infrastructure challenges and the extraordinary Transcanyon Waterline upgrade, highlighting the complexities of delivering clean water in this iconic natural wonder.

U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko won't seek re-election in Arizona next year

The Arizona Republican has decided to spend more time with family.

Arizona Greens push to regain party recognition and get on 2024 ballot

Parties looking to qualify for recognition must submit at least 34,127 valid signatures to the Secretary of State’s office by Nov. 30.

AHCCCS reaches out to recipients, community to help with Medicaid ‘unwinding’

States are now removing people from their enrollment systems because the enhanced federal funding that paid for expanding Medicaid during the COVID-19 pandemic, is ending.

Arizona tribe is protesting the decision not to prosecute Border Patrol agents for fatal shooting

The Tohono O'odham Nation in southern Arizona on Friday blasted the decision by the U.S. Attorney's Office not to prosecute Border Patrol agents who shot and killed a member of the tribe after they were summoned by tribal police.

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