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Tucson 'Operation Streamline' Prosecutions Highest Since Launch

The controversial system for prosecuting immigrants has seen an almost 70 percent increase over last year.

Old Electronics Piling Up? You Can Recycle Them at 'E-Waste' Event

Drive aims to keep unwanted computers and cell phones out of landfills.

Hospital Drill Simulates Aftermath of Mass Shooting

The exercise at Banner-UMC South was meant to prepare all staff for the possibility of a real active-shooter event.

Feds: Uber Self-Driving SUV Saw Pedestrian; Did Not Brake

The vehicle spotted a woman six seconds before striking her, but the automatic braking system was disabled, a report said.

40 National Guard Troops in Tucson Sector to Support Border Agents

Guard members carrying out support jobs but not patrolling the border.

Sahuarita to Consider New Hospital

If approved, it would become the second hospital serving communities immediately south of Tucson.

Drought Drives Critical Summer Wildfire Forecast

Forestry officials are trying to get out in front of dry conditions brought on by dry conditions and other factors.

Arizona Supreme Court: Medical Marijuana on Campus Not a Crime

The state's high court ruled that the Legislature can't change the voter-approved law.

Uber Puts Brakes on Self-Driving Car Operation in Arizona

The move follows a collision in March that resulted in the death of a pedestrian.

City Council Wants Voters to Decide on Even-Year Elections

The Tucson council asked staff to draft of a ballot measure that would put the matter before voters in November.

NFL Awards Super Bowl to Arizona in 2023

It will be the third Super Bowl to be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.

Science Standards Draft Changes Remove, Alter Evolution References

Arizona schools Superintendent Diane Douglas says evolution is an ongoing debate.

Tucson Council to Seek Landmark Designation for Benedictine Monastery

Historic designation would limit the owner's ability to fully or partially demolish the building on Country Club Road.

US House Republicans Want to Change Asylum Laws

Republican House leaders plan to take up an immigration bill in June.

Court Tosses Case Claiming Bias Against Opposite-Sex Couples

A woman claimed discrimination based on benefits afforded unwed same-sex couples.

CBP Officer Used Government Credit Cards to Buy Gas for his Vehicles

Juan Fernando Barajas admitting to buying gas for personal vehicles with 13 stolen cards.

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