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Groups Sue Forest Service Over Rosemont Copper Mine Decision

Environmental groups say Coronado NF Supervisor's Record of Decision came prematurely.

Border Patrol Hosts 'Coffee With a Cop' Event in Tucson

Agents and residents enjoy the opportunity to get to know each other on a personal level.

Brnovich Joins Other AGs to Oppose Fee Hikes at National Parks

Arizona attorney general said the increase could hurt communities that rely on tourism.

Historic Bisbee Baseball Field Undergoes Archeological Study

Warren Ballpark excavation shows life, baseball in early 1900s.

Mexico Preparing For Future Without NAFTA

As U.S. trade rep shows frustration in negotiationa, Mexico prepares for NAFTA to end.

Survey: 25% of Arizona Teens Use Rx Painkillers Without Doctor Consent

Many parents would allow teens to use the drugs for pain, which carries addiction risk.

New Technology Helps House Homeless in Tucson

Service connects 30 nonprofits to get homeless people in shelters faster.

Professor Honored by Italian Community for Archeological Work

UA Professor David Soren will have a new strain of olive named after him.

Protected Status Nears End for Hondurans Displaced by Hurricane

Federal status in response to natural disaster ends in January.

Tucson Brewery Opening New Spot, First to Use Equity Crowdfunding Law

Ten Fifty-Five Brewing Company successfully raised funds, and is moving into a new downtown Tucson location.

Tech Parks Arizona Calls on Developers to Submit Proposals for Second Park

The new innovation district is to be called UA Tech Park at the Bridges.

Grijalva: Politicians Have a Responsibility to 'Right the Ship'

The Arizona Congressman says retirement is not in the near future.

Pima County: Don't Dump Thanksgiving Grease Down the Drain

Grease can clog pipes and create a mess for you and your neighbors.

Understanding the Impact of Climate Change on Water Recharge

Certain areas in the West may receive more, though southern states like Arizona will likely see a decrease

US Chamber: AZ Will Be 9th-Worst-Hit State if US Withdraws from NAFTA

Negotiators wrapped up the fifth round of talks on Tuesday.

Tucson Police: More Officers, Fewer DUI Checkpoints This Thanksgiving

Last year, law enforcement officers made 333 DUI arrests in Arizona.

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