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Monsoon Lightning Zaps Tucson Weather Radar Tower

Forecasters used work-arounds during weekend thunderstorms.

Judge Sides With Pima County On Part 2 of World View Case

Ruling says the county properly entered into no-bid contracts with builders so it could meet World View's needs.

In Mexico, an App to Search for Missing Loved Ones

A Mexico City artist is searching for a way to help mothers in Mexico searching for their children taken by force, turned into criminals or killed.

UA Researcher Looks to Hunter-Gatherer Sitting Posture to Understand Back Pain

By studying the Hadza tribe, research from a UA anthropologist suggests it's not how much we sit, but our posture.

Border Groups Close Temporary Shelters for Asylum Seekers, Citing Less Need

Asylum-seeking families are no longer waiting weeks to be processed, a volunteer says.

Outside Spending on Record-Setting Pace in Arizona Senate Race

The open seat is attracting millions of dollars.

TUSD Superintendent to Present Options for Educating Kids at Migrant Facility

The governing board voted unanimously last month to research education services for approximately 300 children at Southwest Key in Tucson.

Comment Period Reopened on F-35 Proposal

The wrong address was listed on the original notice.

Immigration Cases Tossed in Fallout From Supreme Court Ruling

A little-known decision has brought more chaos to an already strained system.

Horseshoe Bend Undergoes Changes to Manage Growing Crowds

Parking restrictions and a new viewing deck are part of efforts to accommodate a projected 2 million visitors this year.

National Guard Troops Aiding in Inspections at Arizona's Borders

CBP is facing a staff shortage throughout the state's six crossings, agency officials said.

Endangered Condors to be Released in Northern Arizona

The captive-bred birds of prey will be released atop the dramatic Vermilion Cliffs in Northern Arizona.

Help for the Homeless; Trade-Job Boom; Monsanto in Marana

Plus, Arizona 360 hears from Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Farley.

UA Move-In Bringing Students, Traffic to Campus

Thousands of students will settle into dorms and apartments this week.

Open Seat Adds to Already-Competitive Southern Arizona District

Eleven Republicans and Democrats are vying to represent Arizona's 2nd Congressional District, as Martha McSally seeks a Senate seat.

UA Mars Camera Watching Dust Storm From Orbit

Storm has covered Mars since June, limiting surface missions

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