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Prosecutors in border agent trial trying to keep some testimony away from jury

Jul 16, 2019 They want Bowen to not be able to tell the jury his job is dangerous and that agents risk their lives.

Smoke detectors installed by Golder Ranch recalled

Jul 16, 2019 The district says it's contacting members about certain defective, battery-operated alarms.

National report says Arizona has made steady progress in education

Jul 16, 2019 More needs to be done, and the pace of improvement is too slow, education advocates say.

Davis-Monthan airmen rescue injured fishermen

Jul 16, 2019 Pararescue jumpers flew nearly 2,000 miles to help.

More deadly temperatures in Arizona's future

Jul 16, 2019 Climate change will bring more extreme heat in the coming decades.

UA scientists mark moon landing's 50th anniversary

Jul 15, 2019 The university's lunar lab played key role in Apollo 11 mission planning.

Leaving the monastery, sanctuary city initiative, seizing drugs

Jul 12, 2019 Plus, hearing from independent Tucson mayoral candidate Ed Ackerley.

UA nanotech research supporting (very) small solutions to big problems

Jul 12, 2019 The applications range from cell phone techonology to cancer-fighting measures.

Sulfuric acid leak in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez a ‘wake-up call’

Jul 12, 2019 A researcher says the impact was minimal, but that it shows the need to consider the potential for a spill on a much larger scale.

Tribes gain direct access to FBI sex offender registry

Jul 12, 2019 The U.S. attorney general said access to the FBI database will give tribal officials information to better prevent sex crimes.

Death from West Nile virus reported in Maricopa County

Jul 12, 2019 The agency has recorded 27 cases of the virus in people so far.

A new effort to deal with a leaky cross-border sewage pipe

Jul 11, 2019 For years, Nogales residents have suffered from water contamination that stems from the wastewater line.

Sahuarita residents urged to boil water

Jul 11, 2019 E. coli bacteria were detected in some samples of the drinking water.

Grijalva co-sponsors bill protecting workers from heat stress

Jul 11, 2019 Workers would be entitled to shade, water and work breaks.

Legislation could send federal judges to Yuma and Flagstaff

Jul 11, 2019 A bill in Congress allows federal court hearings in two more Arizona cities.

Republicans crowding race to unseat Democratic Rep Ann Kirkpatrick

Jul 10, 2019 The 2020 election is Kirkpatrick’s first defense of her seat in Congress.

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