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Poll Shows McSally Leading in Senate Race

An analyst says a Green Party candidate and TV ads have been chipping away at support for Sinema.

Pence to Attend Mexico's Presidential Inauguration

The vice president's visit is diplomatic protocol, but an Arizona researcher says it speaks to the administrations' relationship.

CD2 Candidates at Odds on Southern Arizona Issues

Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick and Republican Lea Marquez Peterson vie to represent Pima and Cochise Counties district.

Research Ties Urban Flu Patterns to Population Density, Climate

Researchers say there's more to the spread of flu than the expected seasonal patterns.

Program Seeks to Combat Gender-Based Violence

A University of Arizona consortium focuses on education, training and support services for survivors.

Sierra Vista School to Host Shooting Drill Thursday

Residents are being assured it's only a drill.

Dozens Remain Displaced as Tohono O'odham Nation Continues Flood Recovery

Damage assessments continue days after a tropical storm came close to breaching an earthen dam.

UA Expands 'Micro-Campus' Network

The model differs from typical branch campuses.

Advocates Fight to Restore Voting Rights to Those With Felonies

As the voting registration deadline closes in, hundreds of thousands of people are unable to vote.

Tucson Immigration Officials Release More Than 700 Asylum Seekers From Detention

Homeland Security says there just isn't enough room at ICE family detention centers to accommodate a rise in asylum-seeking families.

Attorney General Wants More Funding to Prosecute Border Cases

Officials say the caseload in Southern Arizona has gone up significantly.

Flagstaff Student Faces Disciplinary Action for Renting Dorm Room

The NAU student gave renters access to the residence hall while renting out a single bed and attached bathroom.

Tucson Celebrates Indigenous Peoples' Day

Groups in the city chose to honor America's first peoples instead of observing the federally recognized Columbus Day.

Prop 127 Would Put Arizona Among Leaders in Renewable Energy

The proposed constitutional amendment mandates 50 percent renewable energy by 2030.

Likely New Member Ushers in Accessibility at Arizona House

Jennifer Longdon's probable victory has prompted a list of improvements to increase building accessibility.

One Arizona Makes Final Push Ahead of Voter Registration Deadline

The group aims to register Latinos, young people and single women.

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