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The U.S. surgeon general has called on Congress to require warning labels on social media platforms

Dr. Vivek Murthy said that social media is a contributing factor in the mental health crisis among young people.

Hubble will change how it points, but NASA says 'great science' will continue

Officials say they are shifting into a new way of pointing the telescope in order to work around a piece of hardware that’s become intolerably glitchy.

White House National Cyber Director visits Pima Community College

PCC reports an 83% increase in enrollment in their cybersecurity programs.

Why you should think twice before posting that cute photo of your kid online

The phenomenon called "sharenting" poses potential dangers from identity theft to harassment.

UnitedHealth says wide swath of patient files may have been taken in Change cyberattack

UnitedHealth says files with personal information that could cover a "substantial portion of people in America" may have been taken in the cyberattack on its Change Healthcare business.

To make sure grandmas like his don't get conned, he scams the scammers

Americans lost a record $12.5 billion to internet crimes last year

Arizona’s Clean Tech Boom: $90 billion invested, ‘thousands of jobs created'

Driving innovation and employment growth in the fight against climate change

New step in remote healthcare technology being developed at UA

First responders can use it in difficult terrain where access to cell phone infrastructure is not a given.

Local electric cooperative and Tennessee solar company collaborate on solar farm in McNeal

The solar farm and substation serve around 3,000 homes in the area

UA space trackers identify rogue rocket stage that hit the moon

They stress the threat of space junk could extend all the way to lunar orbit.

Kelly warns Congress on the dangers of AI scams

An Arizona mother’s story was highlighted during the hearing.

"Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How teachers are dealing with AI in classrooms; and a story of survival in plain sight from Children of the Holocaust.

$1.2 billion American Battery Factory breaks ground in Tucson Southside

The lithium iron phosphate battery manufacturer is expected to bring in billions of dollars to Southern Arizona.

Mayes joins federal lawsuit against Meta for damages to youth mental health

The 41 attorney’s general claim Meta purposefully targeted children on their platforms.

AI in the classroom: does it have a place?

Some teachers are concerned, others are embracing the technology

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