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Desert View Students Protest Classmate's Detention, Possible Deportation

Over 100 students marched to demand Border Patrol release their classmate, a high school senior the district says was set to graduate this month.

Health Officials: Arizona Sees Surge of Hepatitis A Cases

Pima County says most of the cases in the state have been concentrated in the Tucson area.

Nurses Network Boosting Care for Migrants at Tucson Shelter

The Registered Nurse Response Network has been helping treat migrants in Tucson on weekends for more than three months.

Tucson Fire, UA Work to Reduce Firefighter Exposure to Cancer

The department partnered with the UA College of Public Health to improve firefighters' protective gear.

City Spends $20K to Shelter Migrants

So far neither the state nor the federal government has offered to help offset those costs.

Tucson Joins Food Tourism Network

Tucson is the second city in the U.S. to join an international network of cities united by their focus on local food and culinary tourism.

Stonegarden Funding; Tomato Trade; USMCA Update

Pima County considers ways to fund shelters for asylum seekers.

Construction Underway on Arizona Cross-Border Pipeline Expansion

Once completed, a new facility will more than double the pipeline's capacity.

County 'Housing First' Project Aims to Get Tucsonans Into Homes

The project will provide 150 housing vouchers and 15 temporary homes to qualified participants experiencing homelessness.

Local Water Utilities Fight Unregulated Contaminants

While the EPA weighs regulating the chemicals, Tucson and Marana Water are moving ahead with treatment.

US Government to Give DNA Tests at Border to Check for Fraud

The voluntary testing comes amid an increase in families crossing the border and growing concern about child trafficking.

Panel to Review Applicants to Replace Arizona Supreme Court Judge

A call is out for applications to replace Chief Justice Scott Bales, who will retire July 31.

Military Report Details Sexual Assault in the Ranks

Marines reported the highest number of assaults among the four branches of the military.

TUSD Mulls Plan to Keep Sixth Graders in Elementary School

The idea presented by the superintendent is still in the works, but would mean dismantling non-magnet middle schools and establishing junior highs.

Arizona-Sonora Nonprofit to Receive Migrant Aid From Catholic Church

The Kino Border Initiative is set to receive about $21,000 for humanitarian aid services, the nonprofit said.

ICE In Yuma to Probe Documents of Migrants Claiming to be Families

HSI agents have been sent to Yuma from ICE interior offices and human smuggling units.

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