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Gov. Ducey proposes $14.25 billion state budget

Plan calls for earned income tax credit and socking an additional $425 million in the state's rain day fund.

Pima County attorney closes investigation of 151 voters who cast multiple ballots

Investigation revealed ‘genuine confusion,’ not ‘conspiratorial acts,’ county attorney says.

Treasury: Arizona risks relief funds over anti-mandate rules

At issue are two state programs that are meant to help schools and students but that direct funding away from jurisdictions with mask requirements.

University of Arizona gives students money for COVID-19 testing, vaccinations

Organizers of the Star Rewards Program say the effort has led to an increase in testing and vaccine document uploads.

Getting outdoors in the Arizona winter

This week, The Buzz heads outside with visitors and locals alike.

Tucson nurses call for hospitals to do more to fix staffing shortages

A nurses' union held a rally Thursday to call for more competitive salaries and bonuses.

New mobile food bank plies Tucson neighborhoods

The new refrigerated truck brings directly to the neighborhoods that need it most.

PFAS water pollution pilot project opens in Tucson

State funded project is designed to combat ground water pollution north of Air Force base.

Arizona passes grim pandemic milestone with 25,000 deaths

The state reported 18,573 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday.

TEP brings new wind farm online

Utility says it can now power 260,000 homes with renewables.

DHS wants public input over border wall remediation

The federal government released an interactive document showing how rugged border wilderness has been impacted by the border wall.

State reports more than 40,000 migratory sandhill cranes in annual 'crane count'

The largest concentration of cranes — about 30,000 — is at the Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area near McNeal.

As the Colorado River shrinks, can new technology save water on farms? The answer is complicated

Agriculture uses about 80% of the water in the Colorado River basin.

Arizona reports 14,160 new COVID-19 cases, 213 deaths

State's biggest hospital system expects disruptions to surgical schedule as it faces staffing shortages.

Arizona is number 5 growth state in U-Haul rentals

The state saw a spike of in-bound U-Haul trucks over both years of the pandemic.

University of Arizona commits to in-person classes during COVID surge

Robbins wants to "stay the course and ride this out."

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