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Arizona faces cut in water supplies as shortage is declared on Colorado River

Arizona will lose 18% of its share of Colorado River water next year, with cuts falling largely on farmers.

Arizona reports over 3K more virus cases on 2nd straight day

The state’s seven-day rolling averages for cases and deaths also continued to rise along with virus-related hospitalizations.

TUSD to begin "pooled testing"

Test program could reach every classroom by October

City to employees: get the shot, or get suspended

Tucson council approves incentives for COVID-19 vaccination

Pascua Yaqui Tribe to receive early voting site till 2024

The tribe and Pima County Recorder's Office announced a settlement to the 2020 lawsuit seeking to reinstate an early voting site in the reservation.

Lawsuit argues state ban on mask requirements in schools is unconstitutional

Legislature wrongly tacked "hodgepodge" of policies to the state budget, lawsuit says.

A Mountain closed for buffelgrass maintenance

Buffelgrass on the southern slope with be sprayed with herbicides Friday and Monday to reduce fire danger.

Why employers can require masks and vaccines among workers

A discussion with Tucson labor attorney Barney Holtzman.

With moratorium in place, how eviction cases are processed in court

Plus, new legal resources available to tenants in Pima County facing eviction.

Pima County warns overdose deaths on the rise, fentanyl accounts for over half

Health officials say the pandemic is partially responsible for a rise in substance misuse.

Pima County overdose deaths, eviction resources, mask and vaccine mandates

Plus, how some evictions are playing out in court.

Border apprehensions rose to a new high in July, but so-called Title 42 expulsions are slightly down

Border-wide, less migrants were subject to Title 42 than were taken into custody. Still, less than half were released in the U.S.

Arizona reports 3K virus cases for first time in 6 months

The state also reported 23 more deaths.

Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott retiring

New chief is Raul Ortiz, who started as an an agent in San Diego Sector.

Pima County schools have reported over 400 cases of COVID-19

County superintendent said he's pleading with Gov. Ducey to rescind a ban on schools requiring masks.

Census shows Arizona's biggest city grew as some rural counties shrank

Pima County, which includes Tucson, saw its population grow by 6.4% from 2010 to 2020.

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