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A majority of Arizona voters want marijuana legalized, a poll says

About one-third of registered voters surveyed said they oppose legalization.

Arizona border activist acquitted of harboring immigrants

The jury deliberated for just hours in the second trial for Scott Warren, which followed a mistrial in June.

East side development renews concerns about water and growth

Members of the City Council say it's time for the state to pitch in with CAP water.

US Senate passes bill repealing discriminatory laws against Native Americans

The Respect Act would eliminate laws like one that allows the forced removal of children from their homes to attend boarding school.

Broadway widening and the Sunshine Mile

The new year brings new construction to Tucson.

Safety agency says distracted driver caused fatal Uber autonomous test vehicle crash

The agency criticized a lack of federal and state regulation for autonomous vehicles.

Mexican President: La Mora massacre investigation receiving ‘special attention’

López Obrador didn't give further details about the investigation into the murder of nine dual citizens in rural Sonora.

First full geologic map of Titan reveals moon of varied landscapes

An author says the findings call for a new mission to the large moon of Saturn.

USDA implementing restrictions to prevent tomato virus introduction to US

The disease does not pose any risk to people or animals, an industry leader said.

Pima County considering new court for American Indian child welfare cases

The proposed court would encourage a legal team to specialize in the requirements of the Indian Child Welfare Act, an official says.

UA's special connection with the second moon landing

The Apollo 12 mission relied on pinpoint calculations from a UA lunar scientist 50 years ago.

Study reveals racial bias in heart transplant treatment

The UA-led research shows white men were offered more treatment options than African American men.

Number of international students down at Arizona universities

International students pay about three times as much tuition as in-state students at Arizona's three state universities.

Korean company takes interest in Sonoran solar projects

The two Sonoran projects will have an estimated peak capacity of roughly 125 megawatts each.

Yaqui, O'odham history and sovereignty in the borderlands

Federal recognition can be a complicated subject for Indigenous people whose land spans political borders.

Historically left out, Colorado River tribes call for more sway in Western water talks

With the drought plan done, some tribal leaders say their water rights can’t be ignored any longer.

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