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County Administrator skirts jail report’s suggestions, recommends new commission

Administrator Lesher largely agreed with issues facing PCADC, but said the county needs more information on cost and jail alternatives.

Gift-giving stress threatens Valentine's Day bliss

Why some people put too much emphasis on striking the night tone.

Migrants in Sasabe stuck in freezing temps overnight, including families

Hundreds of migrants waited through the night near Sasabe over the weekend through snow and freezing temperatures.

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Desert Plants: The Desert Hackberry

The Desert Hackberry, Celtis pallida, is ideal for creating habitat for wildlife while helping pollinators.

Arizona Republicans challenge Biden’s designation of a national monument near the Grand Canyon

The monument designation will help preserve 1,562 square miles (4,046 square kilometers) just to the north and south of Grand Canyon National Park.

'The voice we woke up to': Bob Edwards, longtime 'Morning Edition' host, dies at 76

Bob Edwards started his career at NPR as a newscaster and then hosted All Things Considered before moving to Morning Edition.

GOP organizations sue Arizona's top election official in latest dispute over election manual

The suit alleges violations of public comment and public disclosure requirements, along with specific provisions state officials approved for the manual.

UA outlines nearly $30 Million in cuts in a new report to Gov. Hobbs

A large part of that is the elimination of vacant positions.

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Mexican families fleeing violence grows exponentially in Tucson Sector

The number of Mexican families crossing the U.S.-Mexico border grew nationwide in 2023, but nowhere is that more true than in Arizona’s Tucson Sector where the number of Mexican people in a family grew from 8,500 in 2022 to more than 120-thousand.

Arizona rock climbers speak out against National Park Service

The anchors used by climbers is the issue.

Arizona projected to have largest nursing shortage in U.S. in 2025

Researchers warn the continuing shortage could cause clinical errors that lead to higher mortality rates for patients.

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