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Starting a Business in Tucson's Neighbor Towns

Second part in a two-part series: What steps to take when in Marana, Sahuarita?

Flowing Wells Latest to Add Gender Identity to Non-Discrimination Policy

School district hopes to equip teachers, counselors, others with tools to best accommodate transgender, gender creative students.

New State Training, Website Aims to Combat Human Trafficking

Brewer says tools hope to encourage residents be voice against crime; starting next Jan., cops, others are required to study up on issue.

Interior Secretary Reinforces Glen Canyon Dam Preservation

Jewell says during recent visit cooperation of 7 Colorado Basin states key to save source of water, electricity to much of Southwest.

AZ Opens Trade, Investment Office in Mexico City

Arizona Commerce Authority will run it, focus to improve business relationship; city of Tucson will be a partner.

New Policy Expands Roles of Dreamers in Military

Only 1,500 slots in program that could offer fast track to citizenship to young undocumented immigrants.

Initial Tests Show No Toxic Waste in San Pedro River

AZ Dept. of Environmental Quality sampled two areas Tuesday after alert that contamination from Mexican mine could potentially make its way north.

Giffords' Gun Control Group Pulls TV Ad Against McSally

Attack said Arizona CD 2 Republican candidate opposed 'making it harder for stalkers to get a gun.'

Thousands of Arizonans Face Temporary Loss of Obamacare

3,100 who purchased healthcare through federal marketplace must provide proof of legal residency.

METRO WEEK: 'Tucson Can Do More to Help Homeless Population'

Housing director at Primavera Foundation says city still lacks more options for affordable housing, job opportunities; resources available to get them off their feet.

AZ WEEK: Terrorism Threats on Border Unlikely, Analyst Says

Author, border expert argues terrorists more likely to get in with legitimate passport than entering illegally.

Nogales Mayor Worries Border X-Ray Equipment Has High Radiation

Garino is asking DHS to find out if its 'Z-Portal' scanning system is leaking dangerous materials.

C-130 Aircraft Celebrates 60th Anniversary

In August 1954, the first C-130 rolled off the Lockheed assembly line; now is still being used in every branch of the military.

Outside Money Pours In as CD1, CD2 Races in Full Swing

Many TV ads paid for by national GOP, Democratic campaign committees; millions ready to be spent in Southern Arizona races.

Arrests of Unaccompanied Minors in Southern AZ Border Continue to Drop

Still, more than 900 child migrants apprehended in July, August in Border Patrol’s Tucson sector.

UPDATE: Tobin Wins in CD1 as Kiehne Concedes

Arizona House speaker is GOP nominee in sprawling district, winning by margin of 0.6% or fewer than 400 votes.

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