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Protests continue over holiday weekend

People protesting the Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade were out across the country including in Tucson and Sierra Vista.

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Through cutting-edge robotics, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality technologies, UA professors are developing advanced educational tools to make aerospace engineering accessible to the blind.

Green Valley hospital closes

Medical staffing crisis caused wages to skyrocket, says CEO.

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Arizona AG will ask court to lift injunction on state abortion ban

Brnovich says law banning abortion is back in effect following Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

Arizonans benefit from the special scent of the monsoon

Scientists find evidence of health benefits in the desert rain.

Tucson greets Roe reversal with protests

The crowd blocked Congress St and several intersections downtown.

Tucsonans react to Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Large crowds are expected at a march downtown Friday night.

Planned Parenthood stops abortions in Arizona after Supreme Court decision

Arizona's abortion laws could end up in a legal limbo.

Arizona after Roe v. Wade

Barbara Atwood, professor of law emerita at the University of Arizona, spoke with AZPM about the past and future of the state's abortion laws.

Green Valley hospital again in peril

Employees notified of possible shutdown.

Pima County to start vaccinating 0-5 year olds

COVID-19 shots for tots rolling out now.

Arizona ready for kids' COVID shots

Tens of thousands of doses are on the way to the state.

Ducey tests positive for COVID-19

He cancels border trip and meeting with Pence.

COVID risks up in Arizona

The CDC has raised the transmission rates for many Arizona counties.

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