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Novel or familiar: A conversation about drug addiction and the brain

Researchers are seeking a better understanding of compulsive behavior on a cellular level.

Mexico says fewer migrants are reaching the US border

The country's administration says its efforts to the reduce the flow of migrants are proving effective.

Democrats bring presidential debate to Phoenix, days before primary

Experts say Arizona is an example of political transformation from what one called a “ruby red” state to a purple one.

NASA considering UA-backed trip to moon of Jupiter

Exploration of the volcanic moon Io is among four choices for the future mission.

Immovable objects: Asarco, striking workers at odds after four months

The strike, which started in October, includes more than 1,700 workers at five Asarco facilities in Texas and Southern Arizona

Groups kicking off signature effort for wealth tax to fund Arizona schools

The Invest in Education Act is backed by Arizona's largest teachers union and other groups.

Federal budget proposes cuts to scholarships for Indigenous students

Trump administration has again proposed cutting scholarship funds within the Bureau of Indian Education.

More money possible to help faulty cross-border sewage pipe

A longstanding Nogales water contamination problem could see more funding under the President Trump's proposed budget.

Registration deadline approaches for Arizona presidential preference election

Feb. 18 is the last day to update your registration to Democrat to vote in the election.

Touring a new center for migrants and deportees in at the border

The facility allows Kino Border Services to drastically expand its services in Nogales, Sonora.

US consul general discusses Americans’ safety in Sonora

Lorraine Rivera's exclusive interview with U.S. Consul General Virginia Staab.

U.S. Consul General, new migrant center, new border wall

Plus, how immigration factors into the Republican and Democratic parties' platforms in 2020.

Divided House votes to reset deadline to ratify Equal Rights Amendment

Arizona is one of 12 states that have never approved the ERA, despite regular attempts by state Democrats to do so.

Border officials: No cultural sites where border explosions are taking place

A Tucson Sector official said on Twitter the detonations are happening in areas disturbed by the last border fence project.

Arizona House bill aims to protect Native American regalia at graduation

While the language of the bill currently applies to a the broader category of "cultural regalia," lawmakers plan to highlight federally recognized tribes.

Tucson Council members call on Pima County to leave city out of road-repair plan

The $387 million pay-go program is funded by property taxes from all Pima County residents.

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