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Arizona collects over $1,500 in fantasy sports tax in August

The state is expected to make significantly more from sports betting, which became legal about two weeks after fantasy sports contests.

Archaeologists find hundreds of ceremonial sites that help link Maya and Olmec cultures

The research highlights the critical role of regional interactions in ancient Mesoamerica.

Arizona reports 1,483 new COVID-19 cases and 11 more deaths

The state has reported 20,862 deaths from COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Former Attorney General Grant Woods dead at 67

According to a statement from his family, Woods died unexpectedly.

Pima County administrator hospitalized

Chuck Huckelberry was hit by a vehicle Saturday.

Drought projections show steadily dropping reservoirs

New measurements for drought conditions in the West are delivering a grim long-term forecast in the Colorado River basin.

Oak Flat appeal heard in U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit

Apache Stronghold's attorneys predict the court will rule on the case sometime next year. If favorable, it could pause the proposed mining project at the Apache sacred site.

Affordable senior housing gets harder to find with pandemic

As the housing market tightens, seniors with specific needs have an especially hard time finding a suitable home.

Arizona reports 3,074 additional COVID cases, 51 more deaths

Data show that the seven-day rolling average of daily deaths rose over the past two weeks.

Two new reports show the dangers and abuse migrants face at the U.S.-Mexico border

A Human Rights Watch report details more than 160 cases of abuse migrants experienced while in U.S. custody and during interactions with border officials.

More Sinema backers defect over her Biden plan objections

Five members of Sinema's veterans advisory council resigned Thursday.

$1.7M in Air Force funds go to Central Tucson PFAS project

Efforts to address the water contaminates via the project began in 2020.

Arizona unemployment rate goes down, but job growth remains slow

The unemployment rate in Arizona fell to below six percent.

Biogas plant makes fuel, money for Pima County

Facility purifies waste methane for commercial use.

Health official: Arizona poised to give COVID shots to kids

The head of the Dept. of Health Services says children are effective spreaders of COVID-19 and that vaccinating children would move Arizona closer to herd immunity.

Forecasters expect drier, warmer winter in Southwest

Drought conditions are expected to continue or worsen across Arizona over the coming months.

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