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The Buzz: Looking back and ahead at our economy

Economists say growth is likely to slow, but not stop, in the region and nation.

Cochise County faces a shortage of poll workers ahead of Presidental Preference Election in March

The county elections director predicts the county will need up to 250 poll workers for the March election

Grassroots jail report firmly opposes potential new Pima County Jail

The report comes two days before the County's Blue Ribbon Commission is expected to release their initial findings.

Three U.S. residents shot at on Sonoran highway

Three US residents traveling in Mexico on one of the alternate routes to Rocky Point were shot on Saturday, and one was killed. The shooting happened on Highway 2 in Sonora.

Sierra Vista Glow Ride brings holiday lights and cheer to Sierra Vista's neighborhoods

The event and charity has raised more than $26,000 dollars last year

It's not clear what National Guard will do on the border

Following Governor Katie Hobbs' executive order to deploy National Guard members to the border, Arizona officials are still hashing out what that will look like.

The Buzz: A legislative look-ahead at water and agriculture

The new legislative session is weeks away, so we look at the state's top water user.

Blue Ribbon Commission asking for public feedback before releasing jail report

The commission will release a final recommendation on whether the county should build a new $400 million jail early next year.

New project developments underway for South32 Hermosa project

Mining company addresses community health, workforce development and transparency in Hermosa critical minerals project

Hobbs sends National Guard to the border

Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs signed an executive order Friday to send up to 243 service members to help with border enforcement measures.

Dozens of pets left in border town wracked with cartel violence

When the majority of Sasabe, Sonora, fled due to cartel violence, people had no choice but to leave their pets behind. Volunteers work to get food to the animals and the few families left behind.

The Buzz: Arizona navigates legal uncertainty with two conflicting abortion bans

Arizona contends with a legal tangle over two conflicting abortion laws, leaving providers and patients in uncertainty.

County will not prosecute corrections officers involved in death of jail inmate Wade Welch

An independent investigation found the officers’ actions were within the law of restraining an inmate.

UA faces fiscal storm: CFO resigns amid sweeping financial revamp

The University of Arizona unveiled major financial reforms amid the departure of its Chief Financial Officer.

Local leaders advocate swift action on EPA’s greenhouse gas standards for vehicles

Driving change: Calls for accelerated emission standards gain momentum as communities look to embrace cleaner, safer transportation solutions

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