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Work beginning on new border wall in Cochise County

Police chiefs in Douglas and Agua Prieta share how current infrastructure impacts public safety in their cities.

Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost discusses the agency's challenges

Provost also talks about her early career, which started in Douglas.

San Xavier hay fire burns thousands of dollars of feed

The fire destroyed approximately 20,000 bales of alfalfa costing between $6.50 and $16 each.

TUSD governing board member Mark Stegeman resigns

He says radical reform is needed for the district.

TUSD sees improvement in student retention

Fewer students left the district in 2019 than the previous year.

Pence pushes new NAFTA in Green Valley

In a visit Thursday, the Vice President urged locals to push for passage of the USMCA agreement.

Oro Valley votes to keep costly golf courses

The town will raise membership rates and look to attract players outside the community.

Tucson mayoral candidates discuss economy, climate change, roads

We invited the three candidates in for a joint conversation on issues facing the city.

Out-of-state retailers now have to pay Arizona tax

Arizona joins over 40 states in taxing e-commerce as the transaction privilege tax takes effect.

Border wall construction in Arizona moves ahead

Preparations for more construction are underway near Douglas and on the San Pedro River.

Missile-maker Raytheon says it will hire 1,000 new employees in Tucson

The defense contractor says it has an economic impact on Arizona of $2.6 billion.

Unpunished crime costs Mexico $21 billion, study says

The study looked at unresolved homicides, abductions and forced displacement.

Domestic violence form getting needed support to thousands of victims, county says

Pima County stands out for connecting people to emergency services hours after an incident, according to an official.

Inspector general finds CBP broke the law at California port

Investigators found that CBP officials at the Tecate port of entry acted illegally in 2017 regarding asylum seekers.

UA computer engineers developing 'immune system' to guard against cyberattacks

The team is creating defenses similar to the human body's fight against disease.

Judge rules against Arizona education plan drawing on land trust funds

The ruling says Arizona violated federal law with the voter-approved Proposition 123.

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