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Navajo Code Talker and New Mexico Senator Dies

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

Flagstaff disabled service providers at risk

A recession-era cut and a minimum wage increase have created a funding shortage.

Fire danger high in southeast Arizona this weekend

The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather watch.

Sole rest area between Tucson and Nogales reopens

The Canoa Ranch Rest Area on I-19 received plumbing and other updates.

Arizona budget debate; regulating kratom

Arizona 360 hears from state lawmakers about ongoing budget negotiations.

Arizona House OKs Navajo school voucher fix, Senate next

The bill would the Navajo students to use vouchers for private school tuition in New Mexico for one more year.

Mexican tomato growers make new offer; florida growers unmoved

With negotiations at an apparent impasse, Southern Arizona’s massive produce import industry is on edge.

Balancing conservation, grazing and recreation on the San Pedro River

The Bureau of Land Management has a finalized plan to guide management of the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area.

Vaccines and public health in Pima County

A historic outbreak of measles is bringing the debate over childhood immunizations back to top of the news.

Border Patrol agent in Tucson is accused of sexual assaults

Police say Steven Charles Holmes was booked Tuesday into the Pima County Jail on suspicion of three counts each of sexual assault and aggravated assault.

House committee debates latest version of the Dream Act

The move follows a recent Trump immigration proposal that leaves out "Dreamers."

Agreement reached to build border surveillance towers on Tohono O'odham land

After five years of negotiations, Border Patrol agreed to a privacy plan demanded by tribal officials.

#RedForEd advocates say Arizona budget plan ignores schools

The teacher-backed organization says a $1 billion surplus should be used to help restore previous education funding levels.

Arizona prisons urged to end ban on book about black men

The book "Chokehold: Policing Black Men," examines law enforcement and mass incarceration through its treatment of African American men.

Arizona teacher punishment bill revived

Opponents see the measure as retaliation for last year's #RedForEd movement.

UA study of language disorder could aid early dementia detection

The research looks at primary progressive aphasia, a neurodegenerative disorder that causes a gradual decline in language abilities.

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