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Chamber: Hispanics Own 1 in 4 Tucson Homes

Census data show 43 percent of Tucson residents identify as Hispanic.

Trump, Mexican President-Elect Talk Immigration Over Phone

The conversation touched on an economic development plan for Central America, López Obrador said.

Officials Warn Dam Could Fail and Flood Tohono O'odham Village

An earthen dam stands between a lake swollen with runoff and the community of Ali Chuk.

Watchdog: US Unprepared for Consequences of 'Zero Tolerance' Immigration

Homeland Security officials say the report illustrates how difficult it is to enforce broken and poorly written immigration laws.

Voting Scams Resurface as Election Day Nears

The Arizona secretary of state has warned of possible fraudulent sites.

Rosa Brings Rain, But It Doesn't Break Records

Most of the precipitation from the storm fell on the west side of Tucson.

Arizona Opioid Helpline Takes More Than 1,000 Calls, Officials Say

The 24/7 service is being touted as the first of its kind in the nation.

Arizona Company to Pay $150K Fine for Telemarketing Calls

Orangutan Home Services admitted to thousands of illegal calls in 2017, Arizona AG says.

Student Massacre in Mexico Classified as State Crime 50 Years Later

A researcher says still-classified documents can shed light on the perpetrators of the 1968 killings.

Tucson Water Disputes 'Contaminated' Water Report

The director says the cancer-linked compounds present in the water are well below federal levels.

Supreme Court Won't Hear Bid to Overturn Grand Canyon Uranium Mining Ban

The court refuses to hear a challenge to a the 2012 prohibition of new mines in the area.

New Trade Agreement Aimed at Moving Trucks Through the Border Faster

More than half of the old NAFTA agreement was kept in place.

UA Noted for Serving Hispanic Students, Now Working to Keep That Designation

As a Hispanic Serving Institution, the University of Arizona must re-apply for the title each year.

Burglaries Up, Drinking Arrests Down in Latest UA Crime Report

Safety data fulfills annual requirement for federally-funded universities.

Two Tucson Film Festivals Happening This Month

Two weeks of cinematic events scheduled.

Oro Valley Residents Concerned About Possible Land Annexation

Mayor says that development is necessary for growth.

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