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Making a Connection: Teens Help Seniors Learn Digital Literacy

A new program is getting tech-savvy teens to educate seniors about 21st century tech and the internet.

Waymo on Track to Launch Self-Driving Car Service in Phoenix This Year

The Phoenix deployment planned for this year will be first ride-hailing service with a fleet of fully autonomous vehicles.

Cochise County Offers Help to Make Apartment Complexes Smoke-Free

County officials are working with a statewide group to assist landlords with logistical and social changes.

No-Sun Tan: Researchers Seek Natural Protection Against UV Radiation

Peptides can trigger melanin, which can protect the skin and help prevent skin disease.

Feds Seize Thousands of Fentanyl Pills in Arizona Indian Country

Interior Department sasys the street value of the different drugs seized was nearly $4.8M.

Homeland Security Chief to Visit Arizona-Mexico Border Thursday

Kirstjen Nielsen and Reps. Martha McSally and David Schweikert will visit a Nogales port of entry.

Air Force and Local Hospital Team Up For Training

A Davis-Monthan and Tucson Medical Center program looks to get Air Force medical staff more hands-on experience.

Arizona Candidates File Signatures, Setting Primary Ballot

Candidates had to qualify for the ballot by 5:00 PM Wednesday

Record Numbers of Detained Immigrants Hiring Lawyers

Since 2005, the number of detainees getting lawyers has jumped from 25% to more than 70%.

Congressional Panel Offers Mixed News on Arizona's Opioid Crisis

Prescribing of opioids is down, but smuggling from Mexico is up.

Minnesota Sues Arizona-Based Opioid Manufacturer

Attorney general says Insys encouraged overprescription of painkiller Subsys.

Advocates Walking 75 Miles in Desert to Draw Attention to Migrant Deaths

This is the 15th year for the Migrant Trail Walk from Sasabe to Tucson.

Group: 200 Children Separated From Parents at Arizona Border This Year

The Florence Project legal team says the policy is unprecedented in immigration procedures.

UA Gets Grant for Rural Mental Health

The four-year funding will send students to underserved areas.

Tucson Council Mulls Fate of Money-Losing Golf Courses

The Silverbell and Fred Enke courses aren't making a profit and will require capital improvements in the coming years.

Ex-Arizona Regulator Charged With Bribery Heads to Trial

Gary Pierce and three others dispute the allegations in the influence-peddling case.

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