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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.

Bobcats Take Center Stage in Tucson Study

Scientists and residents join forces to learn about the felines

The Buzz: Organ and tissue donation in Arizona

A look at how transplants happen, and what it's like to live through one.

Put a ring on it for Valentine's Day talk at College of Science Lecture Series

Tree rings can reveal natural hsitory dating back thousands of years.

Legal questions arise over City of Tucson’s call for a special tax election in August

State law and Tucson’s city charter are at odds over the issue of calling elections for the approval of new taxes.

Tucson zoo mourns death of 6-week-old zebra

Tikiti Maji was born Christmas day and named in a public competition.

AZ GOP frustrated over new election bill

If the bill passes and is signed into law, it would solve an election calendar issue that could happen if a recount is needed for the primary election.

Cochise College plans to have students in dorms on Sierra Vista campus in January 2025

The new housing complex will be named Bugen Hall after George Bugen

BlackStar Orbital SpaceDrone Manufacturing Facility coming to Sierra Vista in 2026

The company will build and test its portable satellite called the SpaceDrone at the new facility

Republicans pass voting center ban in the AZ House

The bill would instead establish voting precincts of 1,000 people.

Man serving life in prison for 2014 death of Tucson teen faces retrial in killing of 6-year-old girl

Jury selection began Tuesday in the second murder trial for Christopher Clements in the Isabel Celis case.

James Webb Space Telescope reveals views of spiral galaxies

Scientists are getting new information about our own Milky Way.

Previewing UA's 2024 College of Science Lecture Series

Presenters will reveal unexpected findings that transformed their fields.

Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona State University receives $1.9 million for wildfire smoke preparedness

EPA hopes to award over $10 million to nine recipients under new grant program

Black holes continue to raise questions about basic physics

The mere existence of the objects was only theoretical 100 years ago.

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