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House asks DOJ to investigate southern AZ development deal
Democrats on the House Natural Resources Committee have asked the Justice Department to investigate possible criminal conduct regarding a development in southern Arizona during the Trump administration.
May 11, 2022
Nonprofit ranked the conservation records of Western states. AZ is near the bottom
A recent report shows that Arizona ranked near the bottom of the list of Western states in public lands protection during the last decade.
May 11, 2022
Sonora will eliminate COVID-19 mask mandate
A mask mandate implemented in neighboring Sonora, Mexico, during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 is set to be lifted.
May 11, 2022
On Mothers Day, protesters demand justice for Mexicos missing
Tuesday was Mother’s Day in Mexico. But many mothers in the country say it’s no longer a day to celebrate with so many of their sons, daughters and other family members missing.
May 11, 2022
AZ COVID cases continue to climb; hospitalizations low
COVID-19 cases increased again this week in Arizona. The state health department added 5,490 cases to its weekly dashboard — the highest caseload in five weeks.
May 11, 2022
CDC investigates unexplained hepatitis in kids, including one in AZ
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is looking into one case of acute hepatitis in a child from Arizona as part of a larger investigation into recent unexplained pediatric hepatitis cases across the country.
May 11, 2022
New rabies variant found in New Mexico
Rabies is a deadly virus that infects the central nervous system and kills more than 59,000 people each year. Now, a CDC-led study has found a new variant in central New Mexico.
May 11, 2022
Santa Cruz County sheriff: Title 42 is fueling border chaos and should end
Title 42, the pandemic protocol that allows border officers to turn away migrants and asylum seekers, continues to divide lawmakers and local leaders in Arizona. It's a public health statute regulated by the CDC, which says it’s no longer necessary and will end May 23.
May 11, 2022
Explore firefighting through the ages at the Hall of Flame Museum
Visitors to Papago Park are familiar with the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden, but have you ever heard of the Hall of Flame?
May 11, 2022
James Webb Space Telescope releases test images from infrared instrument
All four of the instruments on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope are aligned and are in the home stretch of testing. Test images from the Mid-Infrared Instrument are much more clear and crisp compared to the previous infrared images taken from NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope.
May 11, 2022
Fann attorney asks AZ Supreme Court to block release of 700 audit records
An attorney for state Senate President Karen Fann is making another attempt to keep more than 700 public records related to the audit of the 2020 election secret.
May 11, 2022
This interior designer bought a painting at Goodwill. What she learned about it was incredible
A Phoenix interior designer recently purchased a painting at Goodwill. With a little help from TikTok and “Antiques Roadshow,” she learned its incredible backstory.
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May 11, 2022
Why Utah Democrats are throwing their support behind an independent — and former Republican —  for Congress
November’s general election promises to be especially intense as Democrats fight to hold on to narrow majorities in Congress. On the Senate side, that could be impacted by the unique circumstances of Arizona’s northern neighbor, Utah.
May 11, 2022
U.S. report on Indigenous boarding schools finds at least 500 child deaths
The U.S. Interior Department Secretary Deb Haaland has released the first volume of an investigative report detailing the federal government's past oversight of Native American boarding schools.
May 11, 2022
Dixon put to death in AZs 1st execution since 2014
An Arizona man convicted of killing college student Deana Bowdoin in 1978 is scheduled to become the first person to be executed in the state after a nearly eight-year hiatus in its use of the death penalty. Bowdoin's sister, Leslie James, said executing Dixon was justice but that the process to deliver justice took way too long.
May 11, 2022
Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum showcases new exhibitions
Several exhibitions open Friday evening at Mesa Arts Center. They range from art created by veterans to self-taught Chicano muralists and even science enthusiasts.
May 11, 2022
Booker scores 28, Suns rout Mavericks 110-80
Devin Booker scored 28 points, Deandre Ayton added 20 and the Phoenix Suns beat the Dallas Mavericks 110-80 on Tuesday night to take a 3-2 lead in the Western Conference semifinals.
May 10, 2022
No charges for border agent who fatally shot migrant near Douglas
The Cochise County Attorney’s Office says it won’t pursue charges of a Border Patrol Agent who fatally shot a Mexican migrant earlier this year.
May 10, 2022
Human remains surface as Lake Mead levels fall
Lower levels at Lake Mead have sent water managers scrambling to assess Southwestern water and energy needs. But the falling reservoir is also revealing some surprises. Earlier this month, boaters at Lake Mead discovered a barrel with human remains.
May 10, 2022
Valley Subway accused of firing employee over disability
A Subway sandwich shop in Buckeye will pay $30,000 after hiring and firing an employee with a disability.
May 10, 2022

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