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Monsoon brings positive impact to Santa Cruz, other waterways

River watchers say the rainfall replenished aquifers and aided the fish population.

Pima Association of Governments starts month-long pedestrian and bicycle count

Local governments will use the numbers collected to make decisions about transportation projects and public health outreach.

Arizona reports 1,760 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Hospitalizations of patients due to COVID-19 dipped slightly to 1,755.

Judge sides with Flagstaff over state in minimum wage fight

A judge has blocked Arizona from collecting $1.1 million from the city of Flagstaff to compensate for its minimum wage that is higher than the state's rate.

Top ranking U.S., Mexican officials announce new bilateral security agreement

Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said that with the new agreement, the Merida Initiative is being left behind.

Arizona reports over 2,300 additional COVID cases, 31 more deaths

The Department of Health Services also reported that COVID-19-related hospitalizations continued to range below 1,800.

DEA agent slain in Amtrak shooting remembered as key leader

Dozens of family, friends and colleagues filled Calvary Chapel in Tucson on Friday to honor Michael Garbo.

Biden signs proclamation marking Indigenous Peoples Day in 2021

The proclamation is similar to one Gov. Doug Ducey signed in 2020, marking October 11 of that year as Indigenous Peoples Day.

Clara Lee's Cats

Clara Lee Arnold feels connected to cats in a deep way and has dedicated her life to helping them. Join her as she attempts to make Tucson a better place, one cat at a time.

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Coach Adia Barnes on Motherhood, Clara Lee's Cats, Roman Goes to College

Episode 298: The cost of coping with COVID-19

How people responded to changes brought about by the pandemic.

Education secretary promotes free community college plan in Tucson

Biden administration says 5.5 million students would be able to go to community college without paying.

College athletes and the business of sports

The Buzz examines the NCAA's new policy allowing college athletes to get paid for the use of their name, image or likeness.

House panel examines Arizona election review effects

Head of company hired to lead the election review was invited to the congressional hearing but did not attend.

TOCC advertising free tuition for Indigenous students

The rare pandemic-era deal may soon be indefinite for the tribal community college.

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