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Tucson Remembers Shooting That Shook Community 8 Years Ago

Jan 8, 2019 Bell rings with lists of names of dead and wounded, which included then-Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.

Shutdown Means Shut In for Some Navajo

Jan 8, 2019 Unmaintained dirt roads can hamper residents' efforts to haul water and wood or get medical treatment.

Volunteers Keep Saguaro National Park Clean During Shutdown

Jan 8, 2019 Staff at Tumacácori National Historical Park tighten budgets as they wait to return to work.

Bipartisan Group of Elected Officials Sworn In at Arizona Inauguration

Jan 7, 2019 Both Democrats and Republicans, like Gov. Doug Ducey, were sworn in at the morning ceremony.

Border Groups Fear Nogales Parking Lot Sale Means Continued Militarization

Jan 7, 2019 The federal government has purchased one of the largest public parking lots at the Nogales border.

Project Aims to Speed Up MRIs, Create Clearer Images

Jan 7, 2019 UA researchers say the technology will help diagnose diseases earlier.

Woman in Vegetative State for Decade Reportedly Gives Birth

Jan 7, 2019 The staff was reportedly unaware of the pregnancy, which has triggered a police investigation and reviews by state agencies.

Mayor Rothschild; Pima County Dems & GOP; Rep Ann Kirkpatrick

Jan 4, 2019 Plus, the new president of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on 2019 priorities.

Government Shutdown Not Affecting Federal Food Programs

Jan 4, 2019 Arizona WIC to be funded for months if shutdown continues.

UA Lunar Scientists Anticipate Discoveries From China Moon Mission

Jan 4, 2019 The unmanned Chinese craft executed the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the moon.

Community Lends a Hand to Migrants Stranded Before Christmas

Jan 4, 2019 Local volunteers helped 300 asylum seekers stay off the streets by securing housing at a motel.

Shutdown Means No E-Verify for Arizona Hospitality Industry

Jan 4, 2019 The break in the system to verify someone can legally work in the U.S. comes at the start of the peak season.

Arizona Delegation Helps Usher In Historic New Congress

Jan 3, 2019 Democrats take control of one chamber and women make big gains, all with Arizona's help.

Chinese Smuggling Bust Could Help Endangered Porpoise in Mexico

Jan 3, 2019 The illegal hunting of the totoaba fish swim bladders is considered the leading threat to the vaquita marina.

The City Will Recycle Your Christmas Tree, Which Can Become a Fire Risk

Jan 3, 2019 The TreeCyle Program will mulch trees, which eventually become a hazard even when watered.

Chiricahua National Monument Closes to Visitors

Jan 3, 2019 Officials cite "health and safety concerns" on day 12 of shutdown.

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