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Committee Approves Border Budget, Adds Protection for Some Asylum Seekers

The funding includes $5 billion to build 200 miles of new border wall.

Record Heat in Phoenix Area Leads to Near-Record Power Usage

The state's largest utility said Tuesday set the peak for the most electricity used at the same time so far this year.

US Government: Over 1,800 Migrant Kids Reunited by Deadline

Homeland Security officials have said all eligible parents have been reunited with their children.

Board of Regents Appoints New Executive Director

John Arnold has been serving as the board's interim managing director since May.

Arizona May Take Over Permit Program Protecting Rivers

Conservation groups say the change could weaken protection of rivers, streams and wetlands.

Arizona Ethics Committee to Consider Speeding Lawmaker

A complaint about the Paul Mosley comes on the heels of video footage showing the representative bragging about driving 140 mph.

Candidates for Governor Want Better Education, Differ on How

Education promises to be a top issue this election year.

Mt. Graham Visitors Urged to be Weather Aware

Flash flooding risk is high after last year's fire.

Hospice Owner Arrested on Endangerment and Abuse Charges

Owner of a Tucson hospice facility accused of knowingly keeping residents without air conditioning.

Arizona Stadium to Sell Beer and Wine in 2018 Season

The University of Arizona extended its liquor license to serve anyone of age at UA football games.

17-Year-Old Guatemalan Girl Fears Deportation

Father and daughter have been told their asylum case will likely be turned down.

Saguaros in Oro Valley Park Shot With Arrows

The Oro Valley Police are looking for the cactus vandal.

Mexico And Canada React to Trump’s NAFTA Letter

The U.S. president urged speed, while Canadian and Mexican officials said it will take as long as is necessary.

Grijalva: 'No Confidence' in Homeland Secretary Nielsen

The Hispanic Caucus met with the Homeland Security secretary regarding separated immigrant families.

Drought Remains, But Rains Put Dent in Southwest Fire Danger

While monsoon can act as a "shut-off valve" for wildfire, much of the West continues to experience drought conditions.

14 From Tucson Area Fined for Not Showing Up for Jury Duty

The 14 were fined $300 each after being asked to explain their failure to comply.

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