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Arizona Republican Senate Race Up in the Air

Jan 12, 2018 Two people entered the Republican Senate race this week changing everything.

Audit Shows ICE Isn't Hitting its Mark in Screening for Terrorists

Jan 12, 2018 At least one violation of the agency's own process found in every case file examined.

Following Outpouring of Support, Edible Baja Will be Back, Publisher Says

Jan 12, 2018 Biggers would like to continue a print edition, though he's open to passing the business on to someone else.

McSally Makes it Official: She's Running for Senate

Jan 12, 2018 Long-rumored move from House to Senate race confirmed.

Disagreement in Arizona Congressional Delegation Over DACA Proposal

Jan 12, 2018 Negotiations continue in Washington, D.C. to come up with an immigration reform plan

Seller's Market Continues in Tucson, Skips Holiday Dip

Jan 11, 2018 Real estate experts forecast 2017 trends will continue into 2018.

School Finance Officers Withdraw From Education Funding Lawsuit

Jan 11, 2018 The group says schools will benefit from Gov. Ducey's school spending plan.

New Travel Warning Puts Mexican States in Most Dangerous Ranking

Jan 11, 2018 The new U.S system classified certain states in Mexico with warnings comparable to Iraq and North Korea.

Grijalva Calls for Investigation Into Halting of 2 Studies

Jan 11, 2018 Congressman suspects political motivation; Trump administration points to budgetary reasons.

Understanding Water Challenges for Agricultural Communities

Jan 11, 2018 Arizona would take the biggest reduction in the Lower Basin of the Colorado River.

Congressional Group Introduces Proposal for Permanent DACA Legislation

Jan 10, 2018 Arizona members of Congress called it a starting point for negotiations.

Team Creates 'Canary in the Mine' Sensor to Make Worksites Safer

Jan 10, 2018 UA faculty's high-tech system can warn of impending health dangers and hazards.

Three UA Scholars to be Inducted as Regents' Professors

Jan 10, 2018 The award represents the state's highest faculty honor for work drawing national or international recognition.

CAP: Lake Mead Low, But Don't Expect a Water Shortage This Year

Jan 10, 2018 Central Arizona Project says the lake has been kept stable through conservation partnerships.

People or Barriers? Border Agents Diverge Over Where to Put Resources

Jan 9, 2018 One side wants money to fill openings; the other says more fences are needed.

GEICO to Expand to South-Side Tucson Development

Jan 9, 2018 The company plans to add 700 jobs by moving to development at "The Bridges."

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