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Arizona Trail's southernmost point is open again after long border wall closure

After more than a year of closures, it’s opened to hikers again on Dec. 31, 2021.

51 unvaccinated Pima County workers heading for the exits

County prepares to fire employees who defied mandate.

At-home COVID test kit distribution at Abrams Public Health Center on Tuesday

The Pima County Health Department and El Rio Community Health Center will have 3,000 kits available between 1 and 7 p.m.

With less water on the surface, how long can Arizona rely on what's underground?

Some experts say aquifers are overtaxed and shouldn’t be seen as a long-term solution for a region where the water supply is expected to shrink in the decades to come.

Arizona reports over 7,000 more COVID-19 cases, 154 deaths

COVID-19 hospitalizations statewide increased for the third straight day.

Last year was fifth-warmest recorded in Tucson

Each month was among the warmest in Tucson history except for July, when there was heavy rainfall during the monsoon season.

Tucson shovel-nosed snake needs Endangered Species Act protection, group argues

Center for Biological Diversity headed to court as snake's habitat faces threats.

A record number of migrants died along the U.S.-Mexico border in 2021

The grim milestone comes as border officers continue to use the pandemic-era protocol Title 42, which sends most migrants and asylum seekers quickly back to Mexico.

Deadline expires for Arizona to update election procedures manual

AG, SOS could not agree on changes in time for 2022 election.

Arizona sports betting revenue off to soft start

Arizona’s general fund collected just over $1.3 million in taxes during the first two months of legalized sports betting.

Arizona sees over 14,000 new virus cases, most in a year

The state Department of Health Services said the new case count was boosted by lower than normal counts on Sunday but that there has been a steep upward trend.

Some ICE officers will begin wearing body cameras

The first phase of the program will roll out in a handful of U.S. cities.

Arizona reports another big jump of COVID cases, 125 deaths

More than 8,000 cases reported in a single day.

Republican lawmakers eye tax cut changes to avoid referendum

Lawmakers are getting ready for their annual session which begins next week.

Arizona court upholds decision to not release COVID records

An appeals court says not all COVID records are public.

Arizona reports 7,720 more COVID cases, most in a year

The number is more than double Arizona’s latest seven-day rolling average of daily new cases.

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