More News Stories

Man already serving life sentence convicted in murder of Tucson girl who vanished from parents' home

Jurors found Christopher Clements guilty of first-degree murder, kidnapping, and burglary in the death of Isabel Celis who was 6 when she vanished from her parents' home in 2012.

Leap day places calendars back in sync

Scientists say the calendar quirk puts the Earth's rotation and trip around the Sun in the proper order.

Arizona lawmakers pass bill some compare to controversial SB 1070

On Wednesday, the Arizona legislature passed a bill that would make it a state crime to enter the country unauthorized.

Mayes sues RealPage and 9 major landlords over rising rents

AG claims RealPage's "revenue management" algorithm is illegal price fixing.

UA leadership says no furloughs but layoffs likely

University of Arizona President Robbins and interim Chief Financial Officer John Arnold told university staff on Tuesday that there would not be furloughs but there would likely be layoffs — as one measure to deal with its $177 million deficit.

Jurors begin deliberations in retrial of an ex-convict accused of killing a 6-year-old Tucson girl

Jurors stopped at the end of the day and were to resume deliberations at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.

SV City Council member and Peach's Pantry create Youth Leadership Fund

The fund is to help youth initaives the community

Officials and nonprofit partner to offer free immigration advice

The Consulate of Mexico in Nogales is partnering with Chicanos Por la Causa to offer free immigration advice and advice on pathways to US citizenship for community members.

The Buzz: What happens when Washington comes to town?

The Buzz rides along as a federal advisor goes on a tour with city officials.

Arizona's public universities extend financial aid deadline due to federal delays

The board moved to extend the Arizona Promise Program deadline to May 1.

ABOR accelerates financial reforms amid UA fiscal woes

The Arizona Board of Regents swiftly implements financial reforms following the University of Arizona's financial troubles, amidst controversy over shared governance.

South Pole moon landing sets up new exploration goals

Lunar scientists and engineers are facing the challenge of getting water from the surface.

What to know about New York and Arizona’s fight over extraditing suspect in grisly hotel killing

The top prosecutor in Maricopa County has said the suspect must first answer to his alleged crimes in Arizona.

Gallego leads Lake in new poll, no answers from Sinema

If the Independent chooses to run, a three-way race could be tight.

Ordinance cracking down homeless encampments in Tucson washes is moving forward

A Supreme Court case is considering a similar issue nationally.

Selected Archive Filters

News
AZPM is a service of the University of Arizona and our broadcast stations are licensed to the Arizona Board of Regents who hold the trademarks for Arizona Public Media and AZPM. We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples.
The University of Arizona