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Mexican asylum seekers might be forced to apply in Guatemala

The Mexican government has condemned the measure, which is an extension of an agreement signed between the U.S. and Guatemala.

Tucson and Arizona continue war of wills over when to hold elections

The City Council this week told legal staff to assert Tucson's right to keep the system as it is.

Antarctic study yields new information for climate change models

A UA-led team used robotic floats to collect data in the Southern Ocean.

Report: More than 60,000 people missing in Mexico

Sonora, the Mexican state to Arizona's south, accounted for nearly 2,200 missing people in that number.

Navajo request federal funding to hire coroners

If successful, the tribe will be the first in the country with such a department.

Art by incarcerated people going on display at UA Museum of Art

The exhibit is part of a prison education program that started in 2017.

Feds waived environment, other regs on 90 miles of state border in 2019

The waivers were aimed at streamlining wall construction on nearly one-quarter of Arizona's border with Mexico.

DOJ, immigration judges head to hearing on future of labor union

A labor union for immigration judges is headed for a showdown with the Department of Justice.

The top theory about our moon's origin was developed in Tucson

Tucson scientists published in 1975 the key theory about the moon's creation.

Arizona minimum wage workers get a raise this year

The minimum wage increased from $11 to $12 an hour as a result of a 2016 proposition.

Conservationists: Mexican government failing to protect vaquita

They say Mexico has not been able to curb illegal fishing in the Sea of Cortez that threatens the nearly extinct porpoise.

First migrants returned to Nogales, Sonora, under ‘Remain In Mexico’

The agency said it expanded the program because it believes migrants were crossing into Arizona to avoid being sent back to Mexico.

Phoenix police shootings plunge amid scrutiny, new policies

Fifteen shootings in 2019 is the lowest number the department has seen in a decade.

3 mountain lions killed after feeding on human remains

Authorities said the lions were determined to be a danger because they should no fear of officers.

4 Navajo Code Talkers die in 2019, 5 remain

The four men who died last year were known for more than their military service, which helped end World War II.

How do you learn to be kind? The founder of Ben's Bells plans to find out

Jeannette Maré said she's researching the intentions behind kindness at the University of Arizona.

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