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Ducey signs bill limiting successor's pandemic powers

The measure signed Friday won’t take effect until Ducey leaves office.

High pollution advisory for Tucson

The Pima County Department of Environmental Quality issued an advisory Friday for ground-level ozone air pollution.

Arizona scores low marks on land conservation

The Center for Western Priorities ranked the state second to last in a recent study.

House ethics panel tables complaint against Democratic lawmaker

Republican committee chairman Rep. Travis Grantham says the allegations fall outside the panel’s ability to investigate.

University of Arizona researcher gets closer to solving ancient mystery

Studies of tree rings and ice core samples are providing clues to what happened to Minoan civilization in 1500 B. C.

Fire restrictions take effect in national forests in Arizona

The Apache-Sitgreaves, Coconino, Kaibab, Prescott and Tonto forests imposed restrictions starting Thursday.

Camp Naco gets new designation as an endangered historic site

The century-old adobe camp housed Buffalo Soldiers and members of the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Arizona health agency: State's pandemic toll passes 30,000

According to the federal Centers Disease Control and Prevention, Arizona’s death toll ranks 11th highest among states.

Biomedical engineers sneak medicines past immune system

University of Arizona researchers are developing ways to target medication more efficiently to fight disease.

Rosemont returns clean water permit

The company is trying to end lawsuits against its proposed mine.

Gov. Ducey approves $400 million to widen I-10

Project will widen about 25 miles of the interstate between Phoenix and Tucson.

Federal government rolls out ‘extraordinary actions’ to prop up Lake Powell

Water levels in Lake Powell are the lowest they have ever been and still dropping.

Trauma physicians' study shows sharp rise in border wall deaths, injuries

A new study from a group of trauma physicians at U.C. San Diego Medical Center shows a dramatic rise in the number of people dying or suffering serious injuries falling from the border wall.

Arizona lawmakers face ethics complaint over nonprofit work

Complaint claims legislator used position to get financial support for organization that hired him as a consultant but lawyer says allegations are without merit.

Arizona power companies tell regulators that blackouts could be in the future

The companies said they will be ready for this summer, but future summers could put a strain on their operations.

Jan. 6 panel wants answers from GOP's Biggs

The panel is asking for testimony about their involvement in meetings at the White House, conversations with Trump as well as the planning of rallies on Jan. 6, 2021.

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