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DOJ Numbers Clash With Trump Claims On Asylum Hearings

President says only 2 percent show up for asylum hearings. The Justice Department says 80 percent do.

Bill Sorting Out Definitions of E-Scooters Takes Step Forward

The bill provides statewide definitions of electric standup scooters and electric miniature scooters.

UA Softball Opening its Season in Renovated Facility

The stadium features new seating and more comfortable viewing for fans.

'Tucson Delivers' New Fire Station

A 53-year-old building will be replaced using funds raised through a sales tax hike.

Researchers Warn of Potential Harm From E-Cigarette Secondhand Vapor

Often touted as safer than regular cigarettes, studies show that vapor released by the devices is not "just water."

Researcher Looks at How Smartphones Might 'Technofere' in Our Relationships

The urge to check your phone may be part of an innate urge to build connections with people.

$20M From Border Wall GoFundMe Campaign Being Returned to Donors

Supporters of the president's wall failed to reveal to a Green Valley audience that the original plan to privately build a wall failed.

Group Pushing Arizona Lawmakers to Pass Gun Control Bill

The Arizona chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America wants to keep guns out of the hands of people convicted of domestic violence crimes.

Don't File That Arizona Tax Return Just Yet, Advisers Say

The Legislature and the governor are still at odds over the tax code.

More Than 65K Arizonans Have Registered to Vote Since November

The secretary of state says the number of active voters in the state has increased to about 3.8 million.

Mark Kelly Enters the Race for McCain's Senate Seat

The former astronaut is launching a bid to unseat Sen. Martha McSally.

County Supervisors Seek Plans to Develop Kino South Complex

Expansion of the sports site will include a 20-acre commercial development.

Mothers Take First Step Toward Lawsuit Over Family Separations

The women, who were separated from their children at the border, are seeking millions in damages from the U.S. government.

Arizona Senate Puts the Brakes on Vehicle Fee

State lawmakers are trying to repeal a new registration fee.

Green Valley Residents at Odds on the Wall

A GoFundMe event to raise private dollars to build a wall drew immediate opposition from Green Valley Samaritans.

US Investigation Into Mexican Tomatoes Could Hurt Imports, Industry Rep Says

A Commerce Department decision means an investigation into tomato dumping will resume in May.

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