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Miracle Valley in Cochise County could be sold

The county is getting ready to auction the bible college property.

Tucson joins call to action to end violence against Indigenous women

Tucson is joining local jurisdictions in combating violence against Native American women.

Statewide, congenital syphilis cases are on the rise.

Healthcare professions say that this disease is one hundred percent preventable.

Precision carpentry and fun combine for slides in Sierra Vista

A Sierra Vista man builds massive wooden slides.

Coffee shop helps women get back on their feet

The non-profit is for women transitioning back into society.

Robotic exploration of the outer planets began 50 years ago.

The University of Arizona joined in the first missions to Jupiter and Saturn.

Cochise County residents debate paying for a new jail

A special election in May will help answer that question.

BioBlitz aims to clean up the border but also opens eyes

It is an annual effort to document the biological diversity within a three-mile radius of the border.

Tucson woman challenges "ban" by Pima County

County says it can exclude people who slander board members.

New Reading Rainbow comes to Tucson

The popular show is partnering with Literacy Connects

UA releases security assessment outlining systemic safety issues

The report comes 168 days after President Robert Robbin's announcement of the external investigation.

UA Santa Rita Experimental Range gets long-term lease

The range was first designated by President Theodore Roosevelt.

One room schoolhouse gets law enforcment help

Apache Elementary gets help with migrants crossing the Cochise County campus.

UA's "chilling" response forces faculty committee to end campus safety investigation

In a letter to the Faculty Senate, the group details fears of retaliation and "stonewalling" from university leadership.

Meet a Sierra Vista civil rights pioneer

For Dorothy Coston-Tompkins, it’s about service, investing in people, and creating spaces and opportunities for everyone to have their voices heard.

Cochise County prepares for the end of Title 42

Officials say that the county lacks resources and direction from federal offices.

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