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Judge rules against Arizona education plan drawing on land trust funds

The ruling says Arizona violated federal law with the voter-approved Proposition 123.

Environmentalists concerned about two dam proposals near Grand Canyon

Opponents say the projects would disrupt the ecology of the area and damage a site sacred to the Hopi Tribe.

Arizona Chamber President: USMCA will pass regardless of possible impeachment

The business group leader expects the new North American trade agreement to be ratified despite an inquiry into the president.

ADOT widens I-10, but will it be enough?

The number of cars traveling between Tucson and Casa Grande could quadruple in two decades.

Tucson cutting, but not canceling, recycling pickup

The curbside recycling service will be reduced to every other week, and the city expects to save $1.4 million a year.

Mexico’s president pushes for controversial amnesty law project

The law is meant to forgive certain offenses, though critics say the government is allowing the imprisonment of innocent people.

In Mexico, thousands commemorate 5th anniversary of disappeared students

Outrage continues over the unsolved crime that led to the disappearance of 43 college students from Guerrero.

Sewer repairs around Tucson to impact traffic

The majority of the repairs will last from Sept. 30 to Oct. 5, but some projects will finish up in November.

TUSD receives largest donation of clothes for students and families

800 boxes of brand-new clothes were donated for distribution to students.

Christiane Amanpour, Gov Ducey on USMCA, TUSD sex-ed reform

Plus, our Own Words series features young climate change activists.

Accommodating student housing in Tucson

A look at some of the impacts from high-rise towers near the university and downtown Tucson.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe distributes gaming funds to community groups

The grants represent a percentage of its contribution to the state through its tribal gaming compact with the state.

Pima County sheriff opens call for citizens to join advisory council

Sheriff Mark Napier says the council can review any aspect of the department's activities.

Census mail reminders will fall short in Arizona, Grijalva says

The representative from Arizona is worried the method will mean an undercount in the state's rural areas and tribal lands.

Independent counsel to investigate complaint against newest Arizona Supreme Court justice

The ethics complaint was filed a day before Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Bill Montgomery to the state's high court.

Driver's license thefts spur ADOT to boost online safeguards

Four recent investigations have led to 10 arrests and the discovery that more than 160 people have been affected.

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