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Sustaining the San Pedro River

A panel in Bisbee discusses the present and future of Southern Arizona's last large, free-flowing river.

Tohono O'odham Nation Celebrates High Schoolers Heading to College

A Baboquivari High School event recognized its seniors planning to attend college, vocational schools or the military.

McSally Files Military Sexual Assault Bill

The bill is designed to reduce sexual assault in the ranks.

Ducey Signs Plan to Track Data on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The law requires local, state, tribal and federal agencies to collect and share information on these cases.

Arizona Man Convicted In Kidnapping-for-Weed Plot Denied New Trial

The 9th Circuit said errors in the trial were not enough to warrant a do-over.

Border Wall to Go Up in National Monument, Wildlife Refuge

DHS has again waived environmental laws to build more barriers along the southern border.

Heat Waves, Fires Affect Mexico City’s Air Quality

The air quality in cities like the capital are getting worse due to fires in the southern part of the country.

County Commission on Border Security Grant Becomes Contentious

Personal agendas on border issues often turn meetings into shouting matches, calls for committee's dismantling.

Arizona Schools Chief Hoffman to Develop School Safety Plans

The superintendent of public instruction says she'll create a task force aimed at preventing violence on campuses.

Attorney General Brnovich Gets Heat for Nunchucks Stunt

The Arizona attorney general posted a video of himself displaying his nunchuck abilities.

Law Makes Lemonade the Arizona State Drink

The bill faced unusual resistance for feel-good legislation.

Over 5,000 Asylum Seekers Returned To Mexico Under Controversial Plan

Since late January, thousands of asylum applicants from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala have been sent to Mexico.

One of Few Remaining Navajo Code Talkers Dies

Fleming Begaye Sr. died Friday in Chinle at the age of 97.

Fire Managers Setting Prescribed Burns This Week

National Park Service to ignite 500-plus acres east of Tucson.

Federal Budget Could Mean More Help for Homeless Veterans

The new budget puts aside billions of dollars for housing.

Your Dog Can Recognize You. UA Researchers Want to Know How

Understanding the animal mind is a way for researchers to better understand human behavior.

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