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Police: Fentanyl Use on the Tohono O'odham Nation Down

Mar 27, 2019 Tribal leaders fear meth use may be on the rise.

Low-Priced Housing Drying up in Tucson

Mar 26, 2019 Small, affordable homes are getting hard to find.

Don Diamond, Tucson Businessman and Philanthropist, Dies

Mar 26, 2019 Diamond helped to develop Tucson properties and donated millions of dollars to Tucson nonprofits.

Arizona Charter School Legislation Appears Dead

Mar 26, 2019 The legislation was prompted by growing public scrutiny of charter schools, their finances and their owners.

Gallego Declines to Run for Arizona Senate Seat

Mar 26, 2019 Some had hoped the Phoenix Democrat would provide an option to the left of centrist Mark Kelly.

Report: Opioids, Mental Health Are Top Pima County Health Care Concerns

Mar 25, 2019 The opioid epidemic and mental health loom large in the county's triennial report prepared by medical nonprofits.

Looking for a Wine Tasting? New Cochise County Signs Will Help You Find One

Mar 25, 2019 The signs will be created and installed using a $5,000 donation from Kinder Morgan.

Lawyer Worries Video Conference Hearings Could Cost Asylum-Seeking Client

Mar 25, 2019 The practice is intended to make a swamped system more efficient, but some question the impact on due process.

Tucson May Temporarily Stop Recycling Glass and Newspapers

Mar 25, 2019 Officials pointed to a sharp rise in financial losses due to global changes to the markets.

Report: New NAFTA Would Boost Arizona Industry

Mar 25, 2019 The tentative agreement would impact agricultural imports, mining and approximately 230,000 jobs in Arizona, authors said.

2020 Outlook; Polling Voters; AZ Dem & GOP Strategies

Mar 22, 2019 An early look at how the next presidential election is taking shape in Arizona.

Navajo Nation Company Ends Bid to Buy Power Plant, Mine

Mar 22, 2019 Negotiations with the Navajo Generating Station owners came to a halt over who would be responsible for cleanup.

Last Grants Coming for Endangered Route 66 Program

Mar 22, 2019 A preservation program is set to end in the fall, and no agreement has been reached to keep it going.

Court Denies Asylum Appeal by Police Officer From Sonora

Mar 22, 2019 The Ninth Circuit decision means the former Mexican police officer is almost out of ways to avoid deportation.

Air Force Thunderbirds Return to Headline Davis-Monthan Air Show

Mar 22, 2019 The biennial event includes an open house of the air base.

Fence First Built Along Arizona Border 100 Years Ago

Mar 22, 2019 In 1919, after a deadly clash between military forces, a two-mile fence was built between Ambos Nogales.

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