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Kyl Appointment; Renewable Energy Initiative; New Asylum Seekers

Plus, leaders of the Democratic and Republican parties in Pima County discuss the general election.

Arizonans to Decide on the State's Energy Future in November

Prop. 127 asks voters to weigh renewable energy standards, stirs debate about costs.

Arizona Gubernatorial Candidates to Face Off in Tucson for 2nd Debate

The first stop for Republican Doug Ducey and Democrat David Garcia is Phoenix, Sept. 24, and then Tucson, Sept. 25.

Border Patrol: Apprehensions of Large Migrant Groups Becoming 'Trend'

Agents have encountered large groups in Southern Arizona's west desert several times this year.

Arizona DPS Director Bashes Nike Campaign with Kaepernick

Col. Frank Milstead used his Twitter account to weigh in on the controversial ad campaign featuring the quarterback.

City Gets $1.3 Million for Tucson House, Oracle Neighborhood

HUD "planning grant" could lead to $30 million for neighborhood improvements

Nearly 40 Percent of Registered Voters Took Part in Primary Election

Pima County had the largest increase of any county when compared to the 2016 primary.

A Helping Hand for Nature

Friends of Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge volunteer time and effort.

US-Canada NAFTA Negotiations May Hurt Arizona Long Term

One Canadian official says President Trump's insults may cause Canadian snowbirds to head to Northern Mexico instead of Southern Arizona.

Grant Funds Research to Fight Deadly Lung Disease

The University of Arizona College of Medicine seeks a cure for excessive scar tissue.

US Plans to Sidestep Limits on Detaining Immigrant Children

At issue is the so-called Flores agreement, which lays out requirements regarding detention length and setting.

Study Warns Against Taking Endangered Mexican Wolf North of Historical Range

Researchers warn that going beyond range could threaten decades of conservation and recovery efforts.

Baby Reptile Fossils in Arizona Fill Gap in Evolution of Mammal Childbirth

The unique fossils can help understand the links between mammals and their non-mammal ancestors.

Despite Past Reforms, Native Women Face High Rates of Crime

Native American women have been victimized at astonishing rates, with more than half encountering sexual and domestic violence at some point during their lives.

Much-Debated Extension of Phoenix Light Rail Under Scrutiny

Some business owners are claiming the impact will harm business.

Kyl Sworn In to Fill McCain's Seat

Only committing to serve through the current session ending in January, Kyl can vote on key issues, including Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation.

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