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3 Navajo Code Talkers die in a month

William Tully Brown died at the age of 96. He and other Code Talkers were instrumental in ending World War II.

Southern Arizona group explores Indigenous perspective on rock climbing

A Climbing Association of Southern Arizona event looked to understand how climbers can build good relationships with tribes.

Local animal shelters see rise in number of stray kittens

PACC warns that litters of kittens that appear abandoned are not necessarily alone.

Endangered condor may have hatched in Zion National Park

Behavior changes in known breeding pair of birds indicate the possibility of hatched chick.

New park safety program being piloted in Tucson

The Police Department and Parks and Recreation have teamed up to add safety patrols in city parks.

Employers who hire undocumented workers rarely face prosecution

A report by TRAC at Syracuse University shows no U.S. company prosecuted for hiring undocumented workers March 2017 to April 2018.

Support and opposition for two mines in Southern Arizona

As the Rosemont Copper mine plans to start construction, we talk with those for and against the project.

Kirkpatrick town hall audience asks the congresswoman to push for presidential impeachment hearings

U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick says even a hearing on impeaching the president requires bipartisan support.

Tohono O'odham Nation elects new leadership

Ned Norris Jr. and Wavalene Saunders will be the next chairman and vice chairwoman of the nation.

Santa Cruz County gets grant to fight opioid crisis

15 Nogales medical providers and social service agencies to develop a plan for fighting opioid addictions and overdoses.

Tucson schools to offer free summer meals to students

TUSD and Sunnyside districts will offer breakfast and lunch for students over the break.

Journalists’ roundtable; funding early childhood education

Plus, touring Casa de los Niños' new early education center.

State superintendent of public instruction says state budget gives education short shrift

Superintendent Kathy Hoffman says the Legislature missed an opportunity to make a much-needed investment in the state's struggling education system.

Honduran man plans return to his home country, despite risks

31-year old Yomeiny Mairena wants his children to appreciate what they have by understanding why he risked his life to get to the U.S.

Data on missing or murdered Tohono O'odham females could help guide prevention efforts

New Arizona law requires law enforcement to collect this data in an effort to prevent violence.

Navajo Code Talker and New Mexico Senator Dies

Sen. John Pinto died Friday morning in Gallup, New Mexico.

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