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New ramp by Mariposa Port of Entry seen way to boost trade

It's expected to shave minutes off of travel time from the port to Interstate 19 for commercial trucks

Broadway expansion work expected to speed up

The city of Tucson wrapped up installing new drainage systems beneath the roadway

State infrastructure, migrants march, vaccine hesitancy

Plus, an update on major roadway projects in southern Arizona

The Boneyard spends 75 years adding to history books

The planes at AMARG are a history of U.S. air power.

Overdose deaths set record in 2020

Opioids were part of 70% of the deaths.

Sonoran shelter at Arizona border aids migrants with active MPP cases

Tony Paniagua visited a facility in Nogales, Sonora

Tour of Tucson’s temporary tent shelter for unaccompanied minors

Customs and Border Protection hosted an open house for the public

Election conspiracies live on with audit by Arizona Senate Republicans

The process is alarming election professionals who fear the auditors are not up to the complex task

Cochise County sheriff says office has lost “manageable control” of border

Plus, a former hotel in Benson is now a temporary shelter for unaccompanied minors seeking asylum.

Cochise County border, supporting teachers & students, UA vaccine study

Plus, Pima County Superior Court resumes jury trials. A look inside the courthouse.

Ducey sends National Guard to the border

The Governor issued an emergency declaration for Arizona’s border counties.

COVID variants, mask studies, Sun Tran services

Plus, an update on key events at the Arizona Legislature.

Tribal nations: changes coming with the American Rescue Plan and a new federal administration

Secretary Deb Haaland discusses national building possibilities funded by the 'largest single investment in Indian Country.'

New border apprehension numbers need context, advocates say

CBP data shows more than 170,000 total apprehensions at the border in March, including record number of children.

Border officials report a record number of apprehensions, but most are still being turned away

The Biden administration is still employing a Trump-era policy that allows agents to send almost all migrants back to Mexico.

How drought and constant fire are impacting Arizona

Conditions in the Southwest are getting drier, but there is some possibility for hope later this year.

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