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Southwest Key to Pay $73K Fine, Give Up Licenses for 2 Shelters

The operator of immigrant children shelters will also stop taking in children in Arizona until the state OKs it.

Crowdsourcing Moral Dilemmas to Guide Self-Driving Cars

A new study seeks to understand how the public sees life-and-death decisions encountered on the road.

El Niño Could Bring Drought Relief to the Southwest

El Niño rainfall could relieve drought conditions in states like Arizona, but drought will persist elsewhere.

More Time Sought to Find Victims of Arpaio Detentions

Advocates want to find more people detained illegally when Arpaio defied a court order in a racial profiling case.

Grand Canyon Superintendent Under Investigation

The National Park Service has not said what led to the investigation involving Superintendent Christine Lehnertz.

What to Do if You Lose or Destroy Your Ballot

There are several options for early voters.

New Medicare Cards On The Way to Arizona Recipients

Changes come with warning about scammers trying to get information.

Bernie Sanders Visits Tucson to Boost Garcia, Dem Vote

The senator from Vermont rallied at the University of Arizona campus to support Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Garcia.

Border Patrol Agent's New Trial in Teen's Killing to Start

It's the second trial for Lonnie Swartz, who killed 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez through a border fence.

Education Board Adopts New History, Science Standards

The revisions include edits following an outcry over how the draft standards addressed evolution.

Cyclist Death on 'A' Mountain Raises Calls for Improvements

Residents are calling for safety measures and restricted hours for vehicles.

Mars Water Could Support Oxygen-Breathing Microbes

Simple, multicellular life, such as sponges, could survive in briny waters near the surface of the planet.

Concerns In Mexico After Honduran Immigrant Caravan Arrives

Mexican authorities have been struggling to register the migrants and provide them a legal status as transitory migrants or refugees.

UA Initiative Aims to Make College a Reality for More Marginalized Men

Workshops include how to plan for the future and dealing with masculinity.

New Ways to Ride With Tucson's Bike Share

The city is introducing new pass options in response to public feedback.

Mexico Underlines Sovereignty Amid Tweets on Migrant Caravan

Officials from both countries denied Trump had any influence on Mexico's immigration policy.

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