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Arizona Among States Likely to Overprescribe Opioids for Ankle Sprains

Opioids are not a first-line treatment for ankle-sprains, yet their use is common in nine states.

Audit: Nearly Half of Border Agency Applicants Failed Entrance Exam

The review comes as the border agencies are under pressure to fulfill an executive order mandating the hiring of 5,000 new Border Patrol agents.

Man Extradited to US to Face Charges in Killing of Border Agent

Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes is accused of murdering agent Brian Terry in 2010.

TUSD Sabino High Baseball Program Investigation Nears Conclusion

The district plans to present its findings on Aug. 14, with the team's state championship on the line.

Where in the World is Jeff Flake?

The U.S. Senator's trip to Africa stalls votes on Trump nominations.

Southern Arizona Firefighters on the Fire Lines in California

Carr Fire has claimed at least six lives, including two firefighters.

Immigration Officials Defend Handling of Family Separations

The officials ran into criticism from Democrats and Republicans appalled by the policy.

Records: Stun Gun Used on Suspect in Trooper Killing

Trooper Tyler Edenhofer was killed in a roadside struggle Wednesday that involved six officers and one suspect.

Grand Canyon Gets Grant to Help Catch Drunken Drivers

$10,000 will go toward a device to read blood-alcohol content at the park's South Rim entrance.

Farley, Garcia Buy Ads in Arizona Gubernatorial Primary

Kelly Fryer, also in the Democratic primary, has not bought ads and instead has released 70 online videos.

Residents Warn of Threat to Santa Cruz River if Sewer Pipe Ruptures Again

Last year, rains caused a breach in a pipeline that carries raw sewage from Mexico to the U.S.

Mexican President-Elect Wants Fewer Migrants to US

López Obrador has spoken of mitigating the factors that push people to immigrate from Central America and Mexico.

UA Researchers Looking for Genes Behind ALS

Studies expected to help scientists solve mystery surrounding Lou Gehrig's disease.

California Students Flocking to Universities in Arizona

Four of the top five schools where California freshmen go out of state are in Arizona, according to the U.S. Department of Education.

Arizona Volunteers Headed to California to Give Wildfire Aid

The deadly Carr Fire has forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes.

Harassment in Arivaca: Issues With Restraining Orders in Rural Areas

Rural residents face more expensive "per mile" fees for delivering court papers.

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