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Junk on the road is no laughing matter

The department of transportation is urging drivers to secure vehicle loads and report debris

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

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

In Mexico, deportations triple as new caravan arrives

The number of migrants taken to a migratory station in Mexico has also tripled.

Nonprofit partners with schools to help pay college tuition for Arizona 'Dreamers'

The groups hope to raise close to $10 million each year to help current DACA students finish their degrees.

Feds cut services to unaccompanied migrant kids in shelters

The agency overseeing shelters is slashing education, legal aid and recreation for migrant kids.

Southern Arizona companies impacted by tariffs on Chinese trade

Both companies say their bottom lines have been affected.

Tariff Impacts; Recycling Changes; Tucson Mayoral Race

The effects of tariffs on Chinese trade on companies in Southern Arizona.

High-altitude balloon company World View completes 16-day flight

The Tucson-based company plans on marketing its balloon service next year.

1st Mexican gray wolf litter born at Phoenix Zoo in 20 years

The wolves are endangered. Officials in April said there are at least 131 in Arizona and New Mexico.

Poor Americans likely to be hit hardest by new US tariffs

Tariffs on Mexico would be especially tough on Arizona, an expected battleground state in 2020.

Grand Canyon named International Dark Sky Park

Park workers have retrofitted more than 1,500 light fixtures with LED bulbs and shields focusing light on the ground.

Lowell Observatory marks 125th anniversary with 3-day celebration

The Flagstaff observatory, which took part in confirming the expansion of the universe, has embarked on a multiyear expansion plan.

Arizona churches sue Patriot Movement AZ, AZ Patriots

The suit says the far-right groups conspired to violate people's civil rights, invasion of privacy and defamation.

Sonoran flea markets give new life to used Arizona goods

In Arizona, it's common to see southbound pickups loaded to capacity with household goods. Many are headed to Mexico's tianguis.

PCC gets money to double its aviation tech program

The Arizona Legislature approved $15 million to expand the program, the first state money since cutting community college funding four years ago.

Cool spring means rush of Mexican grapes before threatened tariffs

Almost all grapes imported from Mexico passed through Nogales ports last year, data show.

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