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Chicago man gets probation for threatening then-Sen. Flake

The man left a voicemail for the former Arizona Senator during the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Understanding the legal decision blocking the Rosemont Mine

The opinion on mining and public lands could impact other projects across the West.

It's time to get your Tucson primary ballot in the mail

Primary election day is Aug. 27. The city says that means your ballot should be in the mail by Aug. 21.

UA research on sexting points to double standard

A survey found that women are four times more likely to send sexually explicit photos.

Using basketball to raise the academic game of Pima County's 'forgotten' students

Students in Pima County's juvenile detention system have to earn the right to play through grades and behavior.

Tucson educators bringing experience in STEM industry to classrooms

The UA-generated fellowship placed teachers in Arizona technology and medical companies for the summer.

Landslide database to shape Arizona I-17 expansion project

Officials say the database will help officials evaluate the risk in expanding the highway, which navigates through a mountainous region up to Flagstaff.

Court limits order that had stopped Trump asylum limits

Most crossing the southern border are Central Americans fleeing violence and poverty, who would largely be ineligible for asylum.

‘Build the wall’ across the San Pedro River? Many say ‘no’

Disparate groups agree that walling off Arizona's last free-flowing river is a bad idea.

'Fearless' student podcasters explore big issues

A profile of some of the students and the teacher behind Tucson's City High Radio.

Climate change still threatens Colorado River after wet winter

Despite recent wet conditions, states still face a future with increasingly less water for farms and cities.

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.

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

Plus, Arizona forms a committee to study violent crime against Indigenous women and girls.

New border fencing on hold for 45 days

The Department of Homeland Security is delaying its plans to build more miles of wall barrier along the border.

Twenty-story county building is losing its bricks

Contractors will inspect and repair the 50-year-old tower.

TUSD moves closer toward approving new sex education curriculum

The district's sex ed policies have not been updated since 2006.

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