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Arizona will face a drastic cut in the amount of Colorado River water delivered from Lake Mead after federal officials announced Tuesday that the state will lose 21% of its annual allotment next year.... Read more»   

Voting advocacy groups sued Arizona to block a new law that could criminalize volunteers or organizations who provide registration or voter assistance to individuals registered to vote outside the state.... Read more»   

Save Our Schools Arizona is currently attempting to gather 118,823 signatures by Sept. 24 to let voters decide if a law expanding the ESA program to all 1.1 million Arizona students should stand - work they have done before with success they hope to repeat.... Read more»   

University of Arizona soccer's Becca Moros is taking the reins for her second year as head coach of the Wildcats, and will aim for a more settled season as her team kicks things off on Thursday at home.... Read more»   

Cases of monkeypox have continued to rise in Pima County, with 18 confirmed as of Monday, but officials have no plans for public health mandates, like those from the COVID-19 pandemic.... Read more»   

Arizona closely tracks abortions in a way that isn’t done for other medical procedures, so we can see what abortion access looks like: Who is getting the procedure, how, when, where and, in some cases, why.... Read more»   

While families went through their back-to-school rituals, and children were ready to go to class, the San Xavier Mission School was shut down August 12 due to low enrollment and lack of staffing.... Read more»   

As the historic drought in the U.S. West continues to push reservoir levels down to new lows, the federal government on Tuesday ordered Arizona and Nevada to cut the amount of water they draw from the Colorado River. ... Read more»   

Medical marijuana sales in Arizona continue to crater as recreational sales remain robust, with sales of medical cannabis at slightly less than $45 million in May - while estimates from tax collectors peg recreational sales at $76.5 million.... Read more»   

With students slated to return to campus next week, University of Arizona officials pushed for vaccinations and testing to blunt an expected "confluence" of diseases—including flu, COVID-19, and monkeypox.... Read more»   

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