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New Study: Warfare May Not Be Part of Human Nature

An adjunct research scientists at the UA led investigation, says group-on-group violence is relatively new.

Mexico Plans to Spend Millions on Port Renovations

US has put $200M into upgrading its side of Mariposa Port of Entry, commercial crossing at Nogales.

Tucson Wants Improved Economic Ties with Mexico

Mayor says recent trip south of border with AZ business leaders further opened eyes and minds to potential.

AZ Week: Small Steps to School Improvement

State Superintendent Huppenthal: 'Right now, we're at about a B-minus ... which doesn't cut it.'

Health Care Marketplaces Begin Enrollment in Fall

White House says insurance choices will increase for most consumers.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, August 2, 2013

Nintzel's guests: ex-chairman of Pima County Dems, political strategist, head of AZ Education Parent Network.

Indigenous Students From Guatemala, Mexico Visit Tucson

UA’s leadership program teaches group about democracy, education and government.

Small Gains in AIMS Scores, School Grades

Superintendent: 'Arizona's schools are improving ... over 300 schools improved a letter grade over last year.'

Moms Demand Gun Control on Public Transportation

Members of an organization protested Wednesday against allowing weapons on Tucson city transit.

Suspect Charged in Saguaro National Park Vandalism

16-year-old boy alleged to have spray-painted graffiti on 11 saguaros, other spots in May.

Clean Water Agreement, Through Congress, Signed for AZ Tribe

Under $200M federal allocation, White Mountain Apaches will get 'clean water for another 100 years.'

College Student Poverty Rate Higher Than Average

Census Bureau says in AZ, 46.9% of those not living with relatives are below federal threshold.

Feds Hold Jaguar Sanctuary Meeting

Public invited to Sierra Vista gathering Tuesday; state game officials oppose plan to set aside 1,300 sq. miles.

UA Mineral Museum Receives Its Largest Donation Ever

The collection will help create database used for non-destructive sampling technology.

Pima County Asks for Resident Input on Borrowing Plan

Bond issue intended for 2014 election ballot; 140 proposals must be culled to get figure to $600M or less.

Obama, McCain: Odd Couple Seeking Results

Rare Washington partnership has worked on immigration reform, gun-purchase background checks, more.

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