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More non-U.S. citizens will need to show proof of vaccination at land ports

U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents returning to the United States are exempted from the requirement.

Arizona Democrats censure Sinema over voting rights bill

The censure has no practical consequences but serves as a symbolic condemnation.

Pima Officials want to modernize county election system

Voting centers and tablets could replace precincts and voter printouts

Pima County Assessor's office heads to the library

Staff will be available at libraries across the county.

Republicans on state Senate panel OK guns on college campuses

Colleges and universities opposed the bill.

Arizona Senate committee approves ban on transgender girls in school sports

Bill is part of a wave of similar legislation introduced in state capitols around the country.

Grijalva announces 2nd COVID-19 infection

The chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee said Thursday he has minor symptoms.

University of Arizona students adjust to new school mask requirements

The January change in school policy requires UA students to ditch cloth masks in favor of higher-grade alternatives

Sonora moves forward with massive solar plant near Rocky Point

Officials say the first phase of the project will be up and running before the end of the year.

Indigenous woman arrested for blocking wall construction found not guilty

Amber Ortega's defense argued her actions should be protected by the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Arizona to receive $61 million towards wildfire prevention, repairs

The funds are part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed last year.

Pima County adds testing site to meet surge

Board of supervisors also okays 5-year test supply.

U.S. puts restrictions on Mexican boats over illegal fishing

Environmental groups have applauded the move, calling it a “clear message” to Mexican leaders that they must improve enforcement of fishing practices.

Here's how much money candidates for governor have raised and spent so far

Leading candidates spent more than $5 million before 2022 even began.

Arizona data shows another deadly year for migrants along the border

More than 220 sets of remains were recovered in counties around the state last year, according to a count by the Arizona advocacy group Humane Borders.

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