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Pima County to continue migrant services

County will avoid street releases at the end of the week, anticipating federal funding from the $650 million, in the border security funding bill, for shelter and services to asylum seekers.

An Arizona church known for feeding migrants now says the city is blocking its work

In a recent lawsuit, Jose Manuel Castro, pastor of the Gethsemani Baptist Church, says friction with the city of San Luis has forced the church to cancel multiple events.

Pac-12's remaining schools finalize financial agreement with 10 departing members

The departing schools will have $5 million withheld during the 2024 fiscal year for a total of $50 million under the deal announced Monday.

Judge allows Mexico’s case against Arizona gun dealers to proceed

A federal judge in Tucson ruled Monday that Mexico’s case against five Arizona gun dealers is allowed to proceed. The gun dealers sought to have the entire case thrown out.

Caleb Love scores 19, leads Arizona past Dayton 78-68

Wildcats earn their second trip to the Sweet 16 in 3 seasons.

Arizona expects to be back at the center of election attacks

Top officials are going on the offense.

Attorneys make opening statements in case of rancher accused of killing migrant

Friday was opening arguments in the trial of George Alan Kelly, the 75-year-old rancher being charged in the shooting death of a Mexican citizen, who prosecutors say was on Kelly’s property while crossing the U.S.-Mexico border undocumented.

Tucson officially honors 23 new citizens at a TUSD middle school

The naturalization of an all female group of immigrants was in celebration of Women’s History Month.

Bishop Weisenburger and Catholic leaders champion environmental justice in panel discussion

Uniting faith and environmental stewardship to address the moral imperative of climate change.

February employment statistics show hiring slowdown

The Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity have released February’s employment report.

UA scientists explore new way to control mosquito populations

It introduces chemicals that attack the insect's gut.

Federal government allocates $475 million for clean energy projects on mine lands nationwide

The Morenci and Safford copper mines will recieve some of the funding.

Federal dollars for asylum seekers in Tucson on verge of running out as Congress releases spending deal

Congressional leaders unveiled a spending package with $650 million for short-term asylum services like Casa Alitas in Tucson. However, approval and allocation may come too late to avoid street releases.

The Buzz: Bidding farewell to the A-10

As the longtime Air Force planes move from Davis Monthan to the Boneyard, we look at their legacy.

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