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Court of appeals listens to arguments over abortion access in Arizona

The three-judge panel did not indicate when their decision would be released.

The Buzz: Working to Lower Homelessness in Southern Arizona

Latest efforts have gained traction while also talking about crime reduction

Battery plant hoping to move to Tucson

If approved it could bring $3.1 billion in economic impact to Pima County

COVID-19 infection rates return to high level in eight Arizona counties

The rise follows an increase in infections nationwide

Pima County expanding monkeypox vaccine availability

The county has permission from the state to make the vaccine easier to get.

The Buzz: What is the future of Southern Arizona's shopping malls?

As the holiday shopping season kicks off, we look at how retail hubs are trying to stay relevant.

UArizona Health Sciences receives grant to study PFAS mitigation in firefighters' blood

Arizona Board of Regents grant will further an Australian study that could minimize forever chemicals' impact on health.

Pima board certifies election results

Election skeptics pushed the board to withold certification.

Pima County jail faces 2nd inmate suicide in a week

Corrections officers and the jail's medical staff attempted life-saving measures but the inmate was pronounced dead.

TUSD improves individual school ratings

The Tucson Unified School District increased their A-B rated schools by 20%.

The Buzz: Sunshine Mile project complete after years of work

Renovation to downtown's eastern gateway has been a topic since the 1990s.

Pima Supervisors take "baby steps" on homelessness

Drug paraphernalia and human waste among the problems.

Children see unusual rise in respiratory virus

Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, is seeing higher rates of cases in Arizona.

The Buzz: UA students talk about the events leading to their professor's death

Three students detail months of harassment and threats that were reported, but they feel received inadequate response.

Local shelter may be forced to euthanize if overcrowding continues

The Pima Animal Care Center has faced extreme overcrowding since June.

TUSD proposed revision allows parents to review books borrowed by students

If passed, it would also allow the public to review books purchased after Jan. 1, 2023.

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