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Proposals would dam Little Colorado River for hydropower

The proposals are reigniting concerns brought up by a failed plan years ago to build a gondola into the Grand Canyon.

Immigration lawyers sue government over public charge rollout

The rule disqualifies people from getting a green card, if they rely too much on government benefits.

Tucson government doesn't fare well in healthy food availability, group says

CityHealth says Tucson should offer more nutritional options in its facilities.

Some bus drivers, riders want to pump brakes on transit center redevelopment

Construction will temporarily relocate the Ronstadt Transit Center, and could put riders at risk.

Arizona now has misgivings about Purdue opioid settlement

The attorney general says the maker of OxyContin has worked to undermine terms of the settlement.

Democrat Kelly outraises GOP's McSally in Arizona Senate bid

The quarter brings Kelly's total fundraising to $14 million, compared to McSally's $11 million in the campaign so far.

Jeff Flake predicts a 'reckoning' for GOP Trump supporters

The former senator says Republican support for the president could erode.

Border Patrol agent dies during search in remote area

The FBI is leading the investigation into the agent's death south of Patagonia.

TUSD begins search to replace resigning board member

Mark Stegeman's replacement will serve through the end of 2020.

Archive Tucson: Jazz on Meyer Avenue

Cass Preston talks segregation, music on Meyer Avenue and growing up in the '30s and '40s.

Project to restore murals at Grand Canyon watchtower done

Crews have been working over the past four years to conserve murals created in the 1930s.

County aims to ease re-entry for inmates with mental health, addiction issues

A $1 million grant will fund four years of a project to reduce recidivism.

DC prison official to lead Arizona Department of Corrections

David Shinn will replace Charles Ryan, who retired last month amid ongoing controversies.

Bald eagle numbers dip in Arizona despite more breeding area

While counts decreased over the previous year, an official said the expanded breeding areas point to a strong population.

Former US special envoy to Ukraine leaving McCain Institute

Volker says the media focus on him will likely distract from the institute's work.

Animal-masked artists protest construction of border wall

A group of Tucson artists staged an art performance near Lukeville last Sunday.

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