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Tucson woman challenges "ban" by Pima County

County says it can exclude people who slander board members.

New Reading Rainbow comes to Tucson

The popular show is partnering with Literacy Connects

Threats against former Cochise County Elections Director come to light

Marra has testified to Congress about her experience.

UA releases security assessment outlining systemic safety issues

The report comes 168 days after President Robert Robbin's announcement of the external investigation.

UA Santa Rita Experimental Range gets long-term lease

The range was first designated by President Theodore Roosevelt.

One room schoolhouse gets law enforcment help

Apache Elementary gets help with migrants crossing the Cochise County campus.

UA's "chilling" response forces faculty committee to end campus safety investigation

In a letter to the Faculty Senate, the group details fears of retaliation and "stonewalling" from university leadership.

Meet a Sierra Vista civil rights pioneer

For Dorothy Coston-Tompkins, it’s about service, investing in people, and creating spaces and opportunities for everyone to have their voices heard.

Cochise County prepares for the end of Title 42

Officials say that the county lacks resources and direction from federal offices.

Interim faculty report denounces UA's response ahead of deadly on-campus shooting

The Committee's 30-page report says that the university’s response was a reaction from a “systemic oversight failure” and did not “address a known chronic trust problem.”

Hobbs focuses on border, schools in 1st speech to lawmakers

Several Republican lawmakers walked out as Hobbs pledged to promote abortion rights, foreshadowing the contentious fights that confront the new governor in her dealings with the Legislature.

UA scientists still learning from Apollo 17 rocks 50 years ago

University of Arizona lunar scientists are still discovering details from the last manned moon mission's rocks.

Bisbee Science Lab expands

A grant from the Fiesta Bowl Charity makes the growth possible.

Preserving parts of Cochise County's water future

In November, voters split on future management of two major basins.

The “power of aridity” is bringing a Colorado River dam to its knees

The Glen Canyon Dam faces threats that could soon render it useless after decades as a symbol of American engineering achievement.

Crews remove invasive plants from Arizona waterways to conserve water, better ecosystem

Efforts along the Verde River and its tributaries to remove introduced plants can prevent monocultures while also getting water to a Phoenix-area reservoir.

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