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Archive Tucson: Life in a 1930s mining camp

Today, Ruby is a ghost town, but Tallia Cahoon remembers community, pastimes and the occasional knife fight.

Mexican military finds synthetic drug lab in Sonora near Arizona border

It’s the latest in a growing number of drug laboratories discovered by Mexican authorities this year.

Demonstrators call for firing of UA professor over homophobic letter

LGBTQ protesters and allies demanded the UA remove professor and former anesthesiology chair Randal Dull.

Should Tucson become a sanctuary city?

This fall, voters will decided whether or not to approve a citizen's initiative.

Vaping on campus, new El Tour CEO, Arizona politics

How Pima County and one school district are working to discourage vaping among teens.

ICE buys gear to pull data from mobile devices

The $28.2 million contract is with a company that says it can unlock Apple and high-end Android devices.

Tucson youth will hold a climate rally on Friday

Students are holding a rally in downtown Tucson to push for action on climate change, joining similar global events this week.

Cochise County group says environmental lawsuits harm landowners, economy

An environmental advocate countered saying the group is aligned with the company behind a planned development in Benson.

UA symposium to focus on medical marijuana

Speakers will present science-based research on medicinal uses of cannabis.

Hospitality makes up for lack of housing for asylum seekers in Portland, Maine

The small town has no more vacancies, but newcomers like those fleeing violence in Central Africa have discovered a wealth of hospitality.

Senate candidate Kelly says US can lower prescription drug prices

The Democrat told Tucson residents that health care can be improved incrementally.

Rio Nuevo plans to clean up Broadway properties for redevelopment

The economic development group hopes to make the midcentury modern buildings more attractive to business.

Pima County rejects age increase for tobacco purchases

Retailers and anti-tobacco advocates opposed it for several reasons.

Tumamoc Desert Lab revives century-old greenhouse

The plant collection is designed to expand public understanding of desert plants and where they originated.

Regents say funding proposal preps Arizona for tech-driven economy

The budget request would set Arizona up to compete successfully in a changing economic landscape, the board chair says.

Gov Ducey pushing for ratification of North American trade deal

The Arizona governor heads to Washington, D.C., to urge approval of the USMCA.

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