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'Mini-Spike' in AZ Gas Prices After Hurricane Harvey Expected to Pass Quickly

An industry analyst says a significant rise isn't expected, and prices should return to normal by the end of the month.

Episode 153: Mentoring and Caring For Tucson's Kids

Exploring the different organizations and efforts working to serve youth in Southern Arizona.

Dry, Hot August Follows Record-Setting July Rain

Weather Service meteorologist says storms become less frequent in September, unless a large Pacific storm hits.

Episode 331: What's Next for the Program Protecting 'Dreamers'?

A decision will impact 28,000 people living in Arizona who have received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status.

Skin Won't Absorb New UA-Developed Sunscreen

The product was developed with assistance from Tech Launch Arizona.

Plan to Update Douglas Port of Entry Closer To Reality

The U.S. House is getting behind the plan, said Rep. Martha McSally.

Review of Police Response at Trump Rally Scrapped at Phoenix Council Meeting

Protesters flooded the meeting, demanding to be heard; almost all councilmembers opposed the review.

Arizona Company Among 4 Chosen To Build Border Wall Prototypes

Construction will begin this fall. Designs will measure 30 feet high to 30 feet long.

AAA: Arizonans Will Take to the Road, Nature Labor Day Weekend

Survey notes that the holiday is a popular travel time for couples, not families.

Saving Lives in Texas — People First, Pets a Close Second

Tucson animal-rescue groups are working together to get pet food and supplies to shelters in South Texas.

Looking Back on Fire Season in Arizona, and Places Touched by the Flames

Wildfire activity rose statewide, and Southern Arizona was home to some of the state's largest fires.

Southern Arizona Science Fair in the Running for $100K Innovation Award

The Drucker Foundation points to science fair organization's data and evidence emphasis.

UA Camera to Snap Final Pics for Saturn Mission Before Crashing into the Planet

The spectrometer aboard Cassini has provided clues to the processes at work around Saturn.

Tucson Responds to Calls for Help From South Texas

Trucks carrying disaster-relief supplies are heading to south Texas from Tucson everyday.

Civil War Monuments Stir Discussion for UA Historian

Katie Hemphill examines how landmarks contribute to a false narrative of American history

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