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University of Arizona, Pascua Yaqui Tribe commit to partnering in Yaqui education

A new intergovernmental agreement covers many aspirational goals, like the formation of an independent K-12 school system for the tribe.

State judge strikes down law banning schools from requiring students to wear masks

Legislature violated constitution by rolling mask law and other policies into the state budget, a judge ruled Monday.

200K Arizona drivers getting refunds over public safety fee

The refunds involve a controversial public safety fee that was part of vehicle registration costs approved three years ago and later rescinded.

Tucson Fire Department receives $5 million from FEMA

The department said it plans to use the money to update equipment and hire more EMTs and firefighters

Arizona sees boost in revenue from tribal casinos

The tribal gaming compact helped increase the numbers.

Brnovich sues Biden over vaccine mandate

The Arizona Attorney General says the mandate is unconstitutional.

Brnovich says City of Tucson can’t require COVID-19 vaccines

The Attorney General says the requirement violates state bans on vaccine mandates.

Kelly says better plan needed for Afghanistan withdrawal

The Arizona senator said things moved more quickly than expected.

Navajo Nation requiring workers to get a full dose of the COVID-19 vaccine

The mandate says employees from a variety of departements be fully vaccinated by late September.

Border by numbers: all Border Patrol sectors aren't equal

Data show who crosses the border depends on location.

Legal settlement is a win for Pascua Yaqui voting rights.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Understanding Lewy Body Dementia; and remembering NPR broadcaster Neal Conan through his love of comic books.

Dozens of Arizona bridges in “poor” condition

New federal infrastructure dollars could help.

Foothills want out of current congressional and legislative districts

Residents gave the Independent Redistricting Commission an earful.

Local governments set rental assistance record

Tucson and Pima County teamed up to distribute federal aid money.

Tucson homicide rate soars

The increase is part of a national trend.

TPD officer cleared in fatal shooting

Investigators found no wrongdoing in July 18th shooting.

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