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Sinema sponsors bill to help cover cost of family leave

The bill is a bipartisan proposal with White House support.

Conservation groups challenge U.S. Army, USFWS over harm to San Pedro River

Conservationists say Fort Huachuca covered up an internal report on its groundwater pumping effects.

German Perspectives on Immigration

In Southern Arizona, the topic of immigration is ever-present. This week, we hear from experts, refugees and reporters from the other side of the Atlantic.

Navajo Nation creates law scholarships for tribal members at UA

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez met with students and also discussed nation building and critiqued the U.S. government's priorities.

Tucson City Council could call for end of "remain in Mexico" policy

The message to the president is supported by by Romero and Kozachick.

Rep. Grijalva attends UN climate change summit

A dozen House Democrats are in Madrid for an international climate change meeting this week.

Tucson's new mayor and council take office

Regina Romero, Paul Cunningham, Lane Santa Cruz, and Nikki Lee continue Democratic city leadership.

Local group receives $2.5 million to reduce homelessness

Our Family Services says the grant will help approximately 250 families find housing in the next five years.

Enrollment continues to rise at Arizona's Public Universities

The growth is strongest in online program enrollment

Streetcar from the airport to Tucson Mall? A federal grant could put plans in motion.

As the city looks to expand its transit network, it wants to prevent gentrification and displacement.

Where did the Copper State get its copper?

It all started with a bang.

Oro Valley opens roundabout

An engineer says the roundabout offers a higher safety rating than the previous four-way stop.

Mayors of Arizona's largest cities push to stay in Paris Climate Agreement

Two Arizona mayors are pressing the state's congressional delegation to take action on climate change.

Pizza, hamburgers and ... local broccoli? School lunch in Tucson

70 years on, a WWII-era program to combat malnutrition is healthier than ever.

Former San Carlos Apache Tribe chair walking to traditional lands to protest copper mine

Wendsler Nosie Sr. is going to live near Oak Flat east of Phoenix to oppose the construction of the Resolution Copper Mine.

Arizona political parties getting ready for 2020 conventions

The Republican and Democratic party faithful are preparing for the summer’s national conventions.

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