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Romero handily won the Democratic primary race for Tucson mayor.

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Sen. Martha McSally presented the medal to 95-year-old Walter Ram.

How 1970s neoliberalism factors into today's mass migration from Central America

A discussion with UA cultural anthropologist Megan Carney.

Pima County moves to stop hepatitis A outbreak

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UA political scientist: Another 'blue wave' likely in 2020

A discussion with UA associate professor Samara Klar.

Top issues for Tucson voters ahead of the primary

A discussion with Arizona Daily Star columnist Tim Steller.

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs on priorities ahead of 2020

Election security and access to polls are part of her focus.

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Plus, breaking down the top issues ahead of Tucson's primary election.

TPD Chief Magnus on sanctuary city initiative on ballot

The City Council recently approved the initiative appearing on the ballot.

Arizona committee to begin studying violent crime against Indigenous women and girls

A main goal is to improve data collection on missing and murdered cases involving Indigenous women and girls.

UAPD holds drill to prepare for active shooter event

How the university prepares for potential threats on campus.

Technology helping curb border crime in Cochise County

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Cochise County SEACOM, active shooter training, TPD chief on sanctuary cities

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As industries turn to automation, cyber vulnerabilities arise

UA professor Larry Head says attacks on systems are inevitable.

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