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UA Move-In Bringing Students, Traffic to Campus

Thousands of students will settle into dorms and apartments this week.

Open Seat Adds to Already-Competitive Southern Arizona District

Eleven Republicans and Democrats are vying to represent Arizona's 2nd Congressional District, as Martha McSally seeks a Senate seat.

UA Mars Camera Watching Dust Storm From Orbit

Storm has covered Mars since June, limiting surface missions

Arizona Sides With Developer in Water-Use Dispute

The long-standing lawsuit revolves around a proposed 7,000-home development in Sierra Vista, near the San Pedro River.

Judge Dismisses Suit Filed by Sen. Flake's Son

It was an effort to revive a lawsuit originally brought against former Maricopa Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Candidate Wants GOP Primary Opponent to Quit Over Attack Ads

State Sen. Steve Smith has called on Wendy Rogers to leave the race following ads that took aim at a modeling agency Smith works for.

Mexico Opens Second Stock Exchange

The Institutional Stock Exchange (BIVA) has been years in the making.

Research Reveals Climate-Driven Bird Collapse in Mojave Desert

Deserts globally have borne the brunt of warming and drying over the past 50 years.

UA Scientists Expect Bright Discoveries From Solar Satellite

NASA solar probe to be launched Saturday to measure sun's atmosphere

Modernizing Mexican Moonshine: The Future Of Bacanora In Sonora And Beyond

Producers of the Sonoran spirit look to tradition, economic viability and sustainability amid the hope of a growing market for the agave drink.

Tucson Attorney Hopes Mexican Government Will Do More for 2014 Mine Disaster

The Cananea Mine chemical spill dumped 11 million gallons of acid into the Rio Sonora.

Professor Investigating Effectiveness of Human Immune System

Janko Nikolich considers the body's defenses among its most powerful functions.

City Council Takes Initial Step in Raising Tobacco-Purchase Age

The council has asked the city manager's office to prepare an ordinance that would raise the age to 21.

Border Patrol Union Endorses McSally In Arizona Senate Race

McSally is running in a crowded field, which includes staunch conservatives like Kelli Ward and former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Clues Mount in Tucson Painting Theft

One year after "Woman-Ochre" was found, more evidence links to New Mexico couple.

Border Agent's Attorney Considering Appeal in Shooting Case

The attorney for Lonnie Swartz said he's considering an appeal following a ruling opening Swartz up to a lawsuit from the family of the teenager he killed.

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