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Discussions continue about mysterious particles around asteroid Bennu

Scientists say the objects, first detected in January, pose no threat to the OSIRIS-REx mission

Report: Hundreds of asylum seekers face violence after return to Mexico

The report documents cases of kidnapping, torture and sexual assault.

Food bank giving out energy-saving kits

TEP donated 11,000 kits with LED bulbs and water-saving gadgets for distribution at Tucson's food bank.

Fort Huachuca commander on the post’s mission

Maj. Gen. Laura Potter is the second woman to lead the military installation.

Fort Huachuca and the military’s economic impact

Arizona 360 hears from post leaders and explores the significance of Arizona's military industry.

Mexican consul in Tucson is raising eyebrows

The recently arrived diplomat from Mexico is allegedly holding partisan meetings at his office.

Tucson youth will hold another climate strike Friday

Students will take to the streets once again to demand action on climate change.

Dormant but dangerous: UA researcher investigating viruses in the human body

Looking for reasons why some viruses become active and deadly

UA Indigenous law program receives thousands for Native American law students

The Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program hopes to fund $15,000 in scholarships.

Sinema sponsors bill to help cover cost of family leave

The bill is a bipartisan proposal with White House support.

Conservation groups challenge U.S. Army, USFWS over harm to San Pedro River

Conservationists say Fort Huachuca covered up an internal report on its groundwater pumping effects.

German Perspectives on Immigration

In Southern Arizona, the topic of immigration is ever-present. This week, we hear from experts, refugees and reporters from the other side of the Atlantic.

Navajo Nation creates law scholarships for tribal members at UA

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez met with students and also discussed nation building and critiqued the U.S. government's priorities.

Tucson City Council could call for end of "remain in Mexico" policy

The message to the president is supported by by Romero and Kozachick.

Rep. Grijalva attends UN climate change summit

A dozen House Democrats are in Madrid for an international climate change meeting this week.

Tucson's new mayor and council take office

Regina Romero, Paul Cunningham, Lane Santa Cruz, and Nikki Lee continue Democratic city leadership.

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