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On Somber Mother’s Day, Sonorans March For Disappeared Loved Ones

May 13, 2019 More than 2,000 people are missing in Sonora, according to 2018 data.

Banner Alzheimer’s Institute Plans Tucson Memory Center

May 13, 2019 The 10,000-square-foot Toole Family Memory Center will house research as well as patient and family services.

Early Poll Shows Kelly and McSally in a Tie

May 13, 2019 A polling firm looked at how voters are leaning more than a year before the election.

'Bike Ranch' Proposed Across From Saguaro National Park East

May 13, 2019 The Pima County Board of Supervisors will vote later this month whether to approve the development in the park's buffer zone.

UA President; Interstate 11 Hearings; Student Athlete

May 10, 2019 University of Arizona President Bobby Robbins discusses the role of free speech on campus.

Departing Students' Stuff Headed to Tucson Thrift Stores

May 10, 2019 The Salvation Army is getting the household items UA dorm dwellers leave behind.

National Park Service Approves Grand Canyon Pipeline Project

May 10, 2019 About 20,000 people daily rely on the water carried by the current line for drinking, cooking and firefighting.

McSally Gets Commitment for Funds to Build Health Clinics on Tribal Lands

May 10, 2019 The senator expressed concern that the decreased funding in the 2020 budget would impact construction.

Tucson Community Prepares for Monastery Shelter Closure

May 9, 2019 The Benedictine Monastery has become the largest city shelter, but will close in July.

Grijalva Pushes to Modernize 147-Year-Old Mining Law

May 9, 2019 The U.S. representative from Tucson is spearheading an effort to reform the nation's hard-rock mining laws.

Tucson Student Facing Deportation Released by Border Patrol

May 9, 2019 Friends have been raising funds for the legal defense of an 18-year-old Desert View High School senior who was arrested during a traffic stop.

Researcher Working to Match Immunology With Stem Cells

May 9, 2019 Deepta Bhattacharya studies efficiency in the body's response to infections.

#RedForEd Holds Before-School 'Walk-Ins' in Tucson

May 8, 2019 The protests at 28 schools focused on lack of legislative action.

Migrants at Southern Border Top 100K for 2nd Month in a Row

May 8, 2019 The numbers of migrants encountered in April was the highest since 2007, according to Homeland Security.

Trump Administration Seeks to Build Border Wall Across Protected Lands

May 8, 2019 Environmental groups say a new wall would further endanger wildlife and habitat along the border.

Arizona House Approves Changes to Citizen-Initiative Process

May 8, 2019 The proposal would give more power to the attorney general to review the language of initiatives.

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