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TUSD Appeal to Get Sabino High Baseball Title Back Fails

The district was unable to overturn a decision to revoke the team's state title, but did get the team off probation.

TUSD Says it Plans to Fulfill Desegregation Plan by 2019

The district has been granted partial unitary status for completing requirements for a decades-long effort to end racial segregation.

'Sanctuary' Play Revisits Tucson History

The theater company re-enacts the story of the Sanctuary Movement of the 1980s. Tucson religious leaders risked going to jail for their beliefs and actions.

Polls Show Close Arizona Race for US Senate

The race is getting national attention as one of few open seats in a battle for Senate control.

TEP Parent Company Bankrolls New Group to Defeat Prop 127

Chairman of the group opposing the measure says renewables are good, just not mandating them.

ADOT Seeks Public Opinion on Proposed Sonoran Corridor

The corridor would connect traffic on Interstate 19 and Interstate 10, south of the Tucson airport.

Countdown Begins for 2018 El Tour de Tucson

Organizers plan changes for this one of Tucson's major cycling events.

Legal Groups Call for Immigration Court to Be Independent

Organizations argue the court should be moved from under the Department of Justice, the government's prosecutorial agency.

Gov Ducey Leads Race, According to New Poll

Undecided voters may not decide the race, according to those surveyed.

Sewer Pipe Rupture From Mexico Into US Partly Contained

The rupture caused raw sewage to flow from Naco, Mexico into the border town of Naco, Arizona.

Arizona Sues OxyContin Maker

Suit alleges violations of Arizona court order

Heat Deaths Climb in Phoenix, But Not in Tucson

Experts say Maricopa County is warmer due to an "urban heat island" effect.

US House Candidates Ann Kirkpatrick, Lea Marquez Peterson to Debate in Tucson

The 2nd Congressional District candidates will meet at the Jewish Community Center Oct. 9.

UA Professor: Lie Detector Won't Reveal White House's Anonymous Dissenter

John Allen says polygraph tests will not solve the mystery behind New York Times op-ed.

Jury Convicts Former Immigrant Shelter Worker of Sex Crimes

Levian Pacheco was an employee at the Mesa Southwest Key facility, which shelters undocumented youth for the U.S. government.

Judge Dominic Lanza Appointed to Federal Bench in Arizona

Lanza, who has prosecuted some storied cases in Arizona, will serve for life.

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