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NPS closes route to Quitobaquito Springs

Closure comes a day after O'odham leaders held a cross-border ceremony at the spring.

Pima County COVID-19 spike is due to UA, Garcia says

County chief medical officer says the rest of the county is containing the coronavirus.

After Clean Water Act change, uncertainty reigns over water protections

The Trump administration's revision of which waterways are protected creates regulatory uncertainty, especially in arid places.

Arizona 360 presents the debate for Pima County Sheriff

Republican incumbent Mark Napier and Democratic challenger Chris Nanos face off.

Races for Pima County recorder and Santa Cruz County sheriff

Longtime public servants are leaving the roles, leaving those races wide open.

Supervisor questions county ban on employee contributions

Ally Miller says rule is unfair to county workers

Pima County tops 600,000 registered voters

The county is reporting more registered voters than ever before.

Pima County taking testing to where the college students are

The county will use pop-up sites near local bars catering to students.

Pima County residents can now text 911 for help

Messages to 911 sent via text will be handled with the same priority as phone calls.

Old Tucson to close indefinitely

Pima County will take over the film set, but the Wild West tourist attraction isn't riding into the sunset.

Pima County’s political parties push to get out the vote

Issues they are promoting as they reach out to residents in the county.

Laura Conover on reforming the Pima County Attorney’s Office

The Democratic nominee runs unopposed on November's ballot.

Pima County deputies seizing more fentanyl pills

The department's Border Interdiction Unit focuses on stopping smugglers on the county's interstates and highways.

Pima County coronavirus cases show signs of stabilizing

Arizona has seen a slowdown in coronavirus infections, but Pima County's rate seems to have stagnated.

Pima County attorney on 24 years in office, transitioning leadership

Barbara LaWall was the first woman to be elected to the role in 1996.

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