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Understanding the legal decision blocking the Rosemont Mine

The opinion on mining and public lands could impact other projects across the West.

Using basketball to raise the academic game of Pima County's 'forgotten' students

Students in Pima County's juvenile detention system have to earn the right to play through grades and behavior.

‘Build the wall’ across the San Pedro River? Many say ‘no’

Disparate groups agree that walling off Arizona's last free-flowing river is a bad idea.

Food bank teaches nutrition and effective food shopping

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona trains families to save money and eat nutritiously.

Pima County looks local to fund high-quality universal preschool

Success will take time, education officials say, likely beginning with a pilot program.

UA scientists mark moon landing's 50th anniversary

The university's lunar lab played key role in Apollo 11 mission planning.

Out of room on Arizona's border

Arizona’s border with Mexico is becoming an epicenter for asylum seekers from Central America.

Native Arizona fish finds new home in Tucson's Mission Garden

Last week, one of Arizona’s most historically prolific native fish was introduced into some new habitat at the Mission Garden.

Filling the gap for Tucson's homeless students

As housing affordability continues to drop in Arizona, charitable organizations stretch to address the steep disadvantages facing young people experiencing homelessness.

Affordable Tucson homes in short supply

Condo and townhome buyers have seen prices spike.

Building more than houses in one Tucson neighborhood

Habitat for Humanity Tucson and a coalition of partners are working to improve and track quality of life in the Amphi neighborhood.

Clashes between doctors and Border Patrol may be putting migrant health at risk

A health and human rights group says agents sometimes exceed the limits of their mandate.

Utah presses forward with pipeline plans despite Colorado River Basin constraints

The pipeline would be like dipping a 140-mile straw into Lake Powell halfway across the state.

Dams could protect ranchers from climate change's drought, but could they also contribute to it?

Wyoming is moving forward on building or expanding several reservoirs on the Green River, a main branch of the Colorado River.

On stressed Colorado River, states test how many more diversions watershed can bear

The river is running short on water, and this is pushing some states to tap into every available drop before things get worse.

Sonoran flea markets give new life to used Arizona goods

In Arizona, it's common to see southbound pickups loaded to capacity with household goods. Many are headed to Mexico's tianguis.

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