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Do You Tan or Burn? What Genes Say About Your Skin in the Sun

A genetic study could help predict who gets skin cancer, made more likely by severe childhood sunburns.

Elephant Dies at Reid Park Zoo

Officials say sudden death caused by fatal condition rarely seen in elephants.

Federal Documents: Wall Likely to Adversely Impact Endangered Species

A FOIA request resulted in documents that appear to substantiate concerns of environmentalists and border communities.

Appeals Court Won't Block Arizona Law Targeting Initiatives

A panel of judges agreed the case is not "ripe" for a challenge.

US-Mexico Nuclear Agreement Could Benefit Arizona

The agreement, yet to be ratified, would give Mexico access to U.S. clean energy or nuclear tech.

Group Claims McSally Fundraising for Two Campaigns

FEC records show McSally's House campaign account is still active.

County Considering Buying Bowling Alley

Golden Pin Lanes on the northwest side would be turned into a space to house a variety of county health and community service agencies.

After the Walkout: Most School Districts Won't Extend School Year

Some Pima County schools found ways to avoid adding days to make up for lost minutes.

UA Study: Sharing Music Can Bring Parents and Kids Closer

Researchers find they get along better during teenage years.

AG: Sedona Violating State Law by Requiring Business License

The regulation in question requires licenses for short-term rentals.

Group Seeks to Protect Roundtail Chub in Arizona, New Mexico

The Center for Biological Diversity says the large minnow has been reduced to a fraction of its range.

Colorado River Forecast Worsens as Mountain Snow Starts to Melt

Tributaries in surrounding states are all projected to flow at below-average levels.

Poll: 53% of Arizona Voters Support Raising Age to Buy Tobacco

Data analyst sees a potential impact on the U.S. Senate race.

Migration Analyst: Year-Over-Year Apprehension Numbers Misleading

Numbers of border apprehensions jumped up compared to last year, but are on a historically low trend, analyst says.

Phoenix Man Falls to His Death Off Cliff at Glen Canyon

No foul play suspected in the 800-foot fall at Horseshoe Bend.

Ducey Defends No-Tax Budget Growth of Teacher Pay Raise Plan

Meanwhile, educators push initiative to raise taxes on those with high incomes.

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