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Mexico prepares legal, diplomatic actions after El Paso shooting

At least six Mexican citizens were killed in the shooting over the weekend.

Sonoran marriage equality measure begins legislative journey

The reform measure would change Sonora's family code to allow same-sex couples to marry.

Agencies urge drowning vigilance in deadly month of August

Drowning Impact Awareness Month draws attention to the increase in drownings this time of year.

Fish and Wildlife Service lays out concerns over border wall

The agency says wall construction through Pima and Cochise counties could harm many species.

Food bank teaches nutrition and effective food shopping

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona trains families to save money and eat nutritiously.

UA walkability study could build better Tucson neighborhoods

Surveys focuses on urban planning and the use of greenspace

Students share how the Arizona Teachers Academy has impacted their lives

A discussion with a recent graduate of the program and a current student.

Closed Phoenix school gets new purpose as a shelter for asylum seekers

The International Rescue Committee gave Arizona 360 a tour of the facility.

School turned shelter, Arizona Teachers Academy growth, preventing cybercrimes

A look at how a former Phoenix school is being repurposed into a shelter for asylum seekers.

County explores using drone to carry vote tallies from tribal land

The drone might be used get vote tallies out of remote Havasupai land, deep within the Grand Canyon.

Judge blocks Rosemont Mine project

The federal judge ruled the Forest Service improperly evaluated water use issues for the proposed copper mine in the Santa Rita Mountains.

Gentrification and changing neighborhoods in Tucson

We continue our housing series with a live community discussion.

Benefits issue is still pending before Arizona Supreme Court

At issue is whether a 2016 law conflicted with a 2006 voter-approved law on benefits and wages.

Electric buses to join Tucson city fleet

A Tucson City Council member said the switch to electric buses will save the city money.

Arizona files suit against family behind OxyContin

The suit alleges the family made it more difficult for parties suing it to get money.

Arizona sees nearly 50,000 new voters in last four months

The report says the state currently has 3.8 million active, registered voters.

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