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Microsoft outage affects election services in Maricopa, Pima counties

Voters in Pima County were issued provisional ballots at early voting sites.

Arizona poised to provide MDMA therapy to first responders with PTSD if the FDA approves the psychedelic

The Arizona Legislature added MDMA-assisted therapy to the list of treatments available to first responders with PTSD under the state’s workers’ comp plan.

Legal fight continues with appeals over proposed immigration initiative for Arizona Nov. 5 ballot

Immigrant advocates kept the issue alive this week by filing notice to the state Supreme Court that they will appeal the judge’s ruling.

AZ unemployment drops, remains at record low

The rate drop counters common seasonal trends.

Monsoon brings mixed emotions for road workers

The staff is on-call 24-hours a day.

The Buzz: The damming of the lower Colorado River

We preview the new season of Tapped, AZPM's podcast about water in the southwest.

Water conservation measures for Grand Canyon National Park after another break in the waterline

The waterline was recently shut off for repairs and crews were trying to re-pressurize the line when the break occurred.

Sharing lived experience plus keen observations.

On this Arizona Spotlight, hear three women who are telling vibrant stories across different mediums.

Former Senator Jeff Flake announces he's leaving as Turkish ambassador before general election

The former senator has been an outspoken critic of former President Trump.

Taming the Colorado

The Colorado River is the most dammed waterway in the US, but what was it like before? We go back to the battle over Parker Canyon Dam and how it changed Arizona's rights to the river's water forever.

Messy but meaningful: Tucson print space fosters accessible creative environment

Word of Mouth Print Space opens their doors to anyone looking for artistic or humanitarian inspiration, whether beginner or expert, on a budget or wanting to splurge.

Judge says border security ballot proposal is constitutionally sound

A Maricopa County judge ruled that a broad Republican-backed border security proposal could seek approval from voters in November.

The Buzz: Re-using finite resources in Southern Arizona

People go to notable lengths to get as much as they can out of some of the area's limited resources

Judge closes door to new trial for Arizona rancher in fatal shooting of Mexican man

The judge said justice would not be served by letting prosecutors wait for a tactical advantage to retry Kelly.

Arizona election worker accused of stealing a security fob also charged with other crimes

Ringfield also is charged with theft after prosecutors say he stole $9,500 in vintage jewelry from mannequins at the Phoenix Art Museum on May 20.

Arizona congressional delegation introduces $5 billion tribal water rights legislation

The legislation would ratify a settlement agreement that was approved by each of the tribes in May.

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