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4 Believed Dead After ATV Plunges off Arizona Cliff, Starting Wildfire

The fire was preventing early efforts to reach the scene, authorities said.

Report: Two Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves Found Dead

The deaths of the wolves, one in Arizona and one in New Mexico, are under investigation.

Arizona Financial Technologies Law Helps Foreign Partnerships

Groups are working to encourage the growth of the "fintech" industry in Arizona.

Mexico Mulls Accepting US Money to Deport Immigrants

Some say the $20 million is symbolic, as Mexico already spends hundreds of millions deporting migrants.

Man Charged With Murder of Two Missing Tucson Girls

Isabel Celis went missing in 2012, Maribel Gonzales disappeared in 2014. Their remains were found years apart in a remote area.

End to Stonegarden Funds; Flores Agreement; Saving for College

Plus, University of Arizona students share what makes their student loans worth it, in their own words.

Cochise County Supervisors Pass Incentives for Vineyards, Solar and Housing

Trio of economic incentives aimed at growing industries in the area.

Pima County to Review Permit for Border Patrol Checkpoint

The memo ordering the review comes on the heels of a supervisors vote to reject federal funding tied to border enforcement.

Tucson Metro Chamber Spearheads Veteran Employment Initiative

Pilot program aims to connect former military personnel to aerospace and defense sectors.

Addiction in Cochise County

Episode 1: A look at the county's most recent effort to counteract overdose and addiction.

Settlement for Separated Asylum-Seeking Families Awaits Approval

Legal Aid says the trauma of separation prevented parents from explaining their need for asylum in one of three lawsuits.

McCain Footage Featured in New Republican Ad

The ad uses video of the late U.S. senator attacking a Democratic candidate.

Digital Access Denied, TUSD Postpones Review of Economics Textbook

The authors refused to make the book available online for a review of a controversial economics course removed from TUSD.

Family Arrivals Surge at US-Mexico Border in August

Families accounted for more than one-third of people who were stopped at the border.

Douglas Gives CBP Land to Ease Border Traffic

A city parking lot will be officially turned over to CBP to use as employee parking.

What a Colorado River in Decline Means for the Radical Idea of Resurrecting Glen Canyon

As levels on Lake Powell and the Colorado River drop, do proposals to reimagine Glen Canyon Dam stand a chance?

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