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CDC reports mumps outbreak in migrant detention facilities

They found 900 confirmed and probable mumps cases among migrants in 57 detention facilities over the past year.

Organized crime infiltrates 5 police departments in Sonora

Violence has been on the rise in Sonora, with 600 killed in the first half of the year.

Four-lane highway south of Arizona-Mexico border delayed again

The highway, originally slated for completion January 2018, is now expected to be finished in October.

Housing costs in Tucson hit bigger share of lowest earners than state, country

Spending no more than 30% of income on housing is tougher for those who make less.

Pima County wants public input on smoking age

The proposal would raise the age to purchase tobacco to 21, including vaping e-cigarettes.

Dry monsoon caused by roaming high-pressure system

This year's monsoon in Tucson is almost 3.5 inches behind what the area received last year.

Tucson's bike share program adding docking stations

The city says it's bringing Tugo bicycles to more Tucson neighborhoods.

UA professor looking to make your smartphone more efficient

Tosi Adegbija is studying ways to reduce junk data that clogs memory storage hardware.

How the UA plans to continue 'campus conversations' this fall

The events stem from protests last spring concerning the presence of Border Patrol on campus.

Journalists roundtable, Regina Romero, free speech at the UA

Analyzing the results of the Tucson primary election and looking ahead to the general election.

Report: US Native American health agency at crossroads

The Indian Health Service has been plagued with problems standing in the way of delivering health care.

2nd Border Patrol agent convicted of abusing immigrant

The agent was convicted of punching an immigrant who was in custody.

Tucson candidates look ahead to general election

Mayor, City Council and a sanctuary initiative will be put to a vote in November.

25 killed in attack on bar in coastal Mexico

Mexico's president is calling for an investigation into possible ties to government officials.

Border crossings at Arizona ports of entry down from last year

Pedestrian and vehicle numbers are bad news to border businesses that depend on shoppers from Mexico.

Phoenix voters rejecting anti-rail initiative by wide margin

The proposition aimed to block extending the light rail, including a plan to expand into working-class Hispanic and African American communities of south Phoenix.

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