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Navajo Nation Gets Federal Funds for River Recovery

Jun 5, 2018 The money will go toward efforts to aid recovery of the Colorado pikeminnow and the razorback sucker.

Immigrant Prosecutions Jump 30 Percent From March to April

Jun 5, 2018 An update on Honduran transgender woman fighting for asylum in the U.S.

TEP Adds 20-Megawatt Battery Storage

Jun 5, 2018 A spokesman says the the utility will more than double its battery storage by the end of next year.

School's Out, But Many Cafeterias are Open and Offering Free Meals

Jun 5, 2018 Districts in Pima County are providing meals for anyone under 18 through national program.

Seven Arizona Small Businesses Receive NASA Funding

Jun 4, 2018 Two Tucson businesses were among 348 awardees sharing $43.5 million.

Arizona Telescope Array Gets Upgrade to See Fainter Stars

Jun 4, 2018 The new setup should improve distance by a factor of 10, an astronomer on the project said.

Kino Community Center Reverting to Pima County Control

Jun 4, 2018 The YMCA will move some programs to other facilities, while others will stay.

No-Sun Tan: Researchers Seek Natural Protection Against UV Radiation

Jun 4, 2018 Peptides can trigger melanin, which can protect the skin and help prevent skin disease.

Border Patrol: National Guard Help Leading to Arrests

Jun 4, 2018 Though the agency did not indicate whether numbers were higher compared with previous periods.

Trump’s Steel Tariffs Provoke Retaliation From Mexico

Jun 3, 2018 Mexican officials promised to impose duties on American flat steel and food.

Grassroots Movements Fuel Interest in Midterm Elections

Jun 3, 2018 University of Arizona political professor Samara Klar points to 'unusual amount of mobilization.'

Organization Helps Connect At-Risk Teens with Employment

Jun 2, 2018 A discussion with Jay Slauter, executive director of Tucson Youth Development.

Midterm Elections; Childhood Development; Youth in the Workforce

Jun 1, 2018 Plus, a unique training opportunity for Air Force medical staff in Tucson.

5 Dead, Nearly 200 Sickened in Outbreak Blamed on Yuma Lettuce

Jun 1, 2018 While it's not likely any tainted lettuce is still in stores, delayed reports of illnesses have continued to come in.

University of Arizona Plans Purchase of President's House

Jun 1, 2018 A committee has given preliminary approval for the purchase.

Making a Connection: Teens Help Seniors Learn Digital Literacy

Jun 1, 2018 A new program is getting tech-savvy teens to educate seniors about 21st century tech and the internet.

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