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Mexican President-Elect Wants Fewer Migrants to US

López Obrador has spoken of mitigating the factors that push people to immigrate from Central America and Mexico.

Polls Remain a Crucial Tool in Arizona Election Campaigns

What signs to look for to know if a poll is trustworthy or not.

Liberals in Arizona Debate Forgiving Candidate's Moderation

Some Democrats are frustrated in seeing Kyrsten Sinema as shifting more right when others are taking more aggressively left-leaning stances

Pima County: Solar Savings $220,000 Since 2015

Most of the privately owned solar arrays operating on county property are lowering the county's electric bill.

What Sonora's Support For Mexico's President-Elect Means for Arizona

A discussion with KJZZ Hermosillo bureau reporter Murphy Woodhouse about political changes south of Arizona.

Understanding How the Results of Mexico's Elections Could Affect the US

A discussion with Roberto Zepeda, a visiting scholar from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

City Annexes Tucson International Airport

Annexation provides tax dollars to the city, assistance to the airport.

City Council Sets Details For November Parks Bond

Financial oversight mechanisms put in place by a 5-1 vote.

Peso Gains Against Dollar After Mexican Elections, Defying Some Expectations

One analyst said a smooth democratic transition and a weakening dollar buoyed the currency's strength.

Mexican President-Elect Wants Trump at His Inauguration

Andrés Manuel López Obrador says he wants friendly ties with the U.S., but some fear the invite could send the wrong message.

Tucson City Council Prepares Next Step for Parks Bond Election

The council plans to establish an oversight committee to monitor bond funds if voters OK spending.

Sheriff Napier: Illegal Immigration and Border Security Are Separate Issues

The Pima County sheriff also said Operation Stonegarden and other federal grants are held up for political reasons.

Morena Leaders: Arizona-Sonora Ties Won't Suffer, Could Change

The election won’t mean a new governor for Arizona’s neighbor, but it could represent changes for the cross-border relationship.

Grijalva Adds Voice to Call to End ICE

The Southern Arizona Democrat said border enforcement won't go away, but that the agency should be broken up.

Arizona Republicans and Democrats Vary Widely on Priorities, Poll Shows

The divide might pose a problem for candidates looking to court moderate voters.

Poll: Nearly Half of Arizona Democrats Undecided in Governor's Race

With the primary vote in August, one pollster says candidates won't get far by trying to implement big changes now.

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