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Future of Baseball in Southern AZ May Be in Limbo

As stadiums seat empty and amid future move of the Tucson Padres to El Paso for the 2014 season.

Arizona Reps Express Frustration At Budget Situation

As the federal government shutdown hits its fourth day lack of federal budget deal angers Barber, disgusts Kirkpatrick.

Border Contrasts Shape New Musical Aesthetic

Academics explore how Tijuana served as the foundation for the musical hybrid of Nortec Collective

US Supreme Court to Consider Prayer at Public Meetings

One of a number of cases the nation's highest court will consider in term beginning Monday.

Health Exchanges Open to Uninsured Arizonans Until 2014

Enrollment for Obamacare health care began Tuesday; there are bout 1 million residents without coverage who qualify.

Another Republican Announces Candidacy for CD2 2014 Race

Ed Martin, talk-radio host, joins Martha McSally in GOP nominations for Congressional District 2's primary elections next year.

Tucson Nonprofit Helps Homeless Teens Graduate High School

Reports estimate there are about 4,000 homeless youth in Pima County; organization provides them with school supplies, food, guidance.

Price Range for Obamacare Health Insurance in AZ Released

Overall cheapest 'bronze' plan costs $214 a month, while 'silver' plans will be between $252 and $248.

Latinos Strong in Economic Recovery, Report Suggests

Study finds Latino-owned businesses have doubled in number in a decade to 67,500, with more expansion planned.

Grijalva, Fellow Congressman Introduce Immigration Bill

Border Caucus co-chairs aim to create new plan, saying it's time to move forward with reform.

AZ Won't Issue Licenses to Anyone Qualifying for Deferred Action

Change came after US District Court judge ruled in May that policy was likely 'discriminatory.'

Congressman Grijalva Wants New Immigration Reform Plan

Immigration bill has stalled in the US House; there are expectations that it will not be voted on this year.

FEMA Rejects AZ Appeal for Fed Assistance in Yarnell

'A declaration was reasonable, justified for nation's deadliest fire in 80 years,' Gov. Brewer says.

Marijuana Legalization Group Plans to Target AZ Next

Same organization that aided successful effort to legalize the drug in CO hopes to use same method here.

Tough Crowd at McCain's Town Halls in Phoenix, Tucson

AZ senator spoke Thurs about US intervention in Syria; crowd repeatedly disrupted him, some walked out.

AZ Has More Mixed Race Marriages Than Most States

9% in state, compared with 7% nationally; growth in numbers attributed to increase in foreign-born populace.

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