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In march through Nogales, migrants ask Biden to restore asylum process

This is the most recent in a series of demonstrations over the last year.

UA delivering mobile COVID-19 vaccines

The university is trying to take vaccines to people who need it.

Phoenix-area businessman Jim Lamon declares for Senate

The first Republican has announced a run for Senate.

UA shifts all COVID-19 vaccines indoors

The vaccine pod is expected to close by the end of June.

Pentagon cancels border wall contracts funded by Department of Defense, return unused funds

The Trump administration diverted roughly $10 billion from the Department of Defense to fund the wall.

Education notebook: Federal funding comes to Tucson, UA moves toward clean energy

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

TUSD makes plans to replace buses using federal aid

The district will receive over $70 million in ESSER funds

Overdose deaths set record in 2020

Opioids were part of 70% of the deaths.

Security challenges facing Arizona

The head of Arizona's Department of Homeland Security sits down with Lorraine Rivera

Border Patrol's soft-sided facility for migrants readies for operation in Tucson

A similar structure became operational in Yuma earlier this month.

Judge rules for transparency in state Senate vote audit, but will not halt the count

Judge also rules senate and Sec. of State Hobbs must come to an agreement for Hobbs to inspect the audit site

Ducey signs abortion bill

The bill prohibits abortions based solely on genetic abnormalities.

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