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Officials approve corridor for part of proposed of new I-11

Depending on which of two alternatives is chosen, I-11 would track the existing Interstate 10 through Tucson or be routed across desert west of the city.

Butterfly Explosion

Visit Tanque Verde with two of Tucson’s most enthusiastic entomologists to search for different butterflies.

Jan. 6 rioter from Arizona got 41 months

Though he isn’t accused of violence, prosecutors say Jacob Chansley was the “public face of the Capitol riot."

University of Arizona research shows disparity in breast cancer treatments for Indigenous women

The data shows more Indigenous women get mastectomies versus lumpectomies than non-Native women.

In week after border reopening, feared lines yet to materialize in Nogales

On Monday afternoon, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s wait time smartphone app was showing modest 25- to 30-minute waits for passenger vehicles in Nogales.

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

SUNDAY at 5:30 p.m. on PBS 6 PLUS

Border Patrol line-of-duty deaths are up sharply during the pandemic

A spokesperson said all Border Patrol deaths from COVID-19 are considered line of duty deaths.

Arizona reports 3,240 additional COVID cases, 83 more deaths

The state reported that 2,274 COVID-19 patients occupied inpatient hospital beds.

Pima County recommends boosters for every eligible person over 18

Health officials cite increased COVID-19 transmission rates within the county.

University of Arizona says about 75% of employees are vaccinated

All employees must be vaccinated or get an exemption under rules for federal contractors.

Arizona will likely add about 700,000 jobs in the next ten years

The state is projected to outpace growth in most of the country.

Holiday shopping adds to strain on retail hiring

Stores that are already understaffed are struggling to hire seasonal workers.

NPR books editor Petra Mayer has died

Petra Mayer, a beloved books editor on NPR's Culture desk, died on Saturday.

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