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Border crossers near yuma can be sent west for 'Remain in Mexico' program

The program isn't set up south of Yuma, but asylum seekers crossing there can be processed and sent to another sector.

Archive Tucson: Moving into a white neighborhood

Joel Turner describes the interactions he experienced moving into a white neighborhood in midtown Tucson in the 1960s.

Without government aid, fishermen in Mexico return to endangered porpoise habitat

Fishermen in the Sea of Cortez say they haven't received compensation like in previous years, so they're returning to the vaquita marina's waters for shrimp season.

No mere dust devil: Tornado near Willcox a rarity for Arizona

The tornado reached speeds of 90-100 mph and injured two people.

Deal will use Bisbee wastewater to recharge San Pedro River aquifer

The project is meant to support the health of the river following decades of agricultural pumping.

Panel to present research on medical marijuana

Organizers are calling Wednesday's symposium the first of its kind in Arizona.

UA suspends men accused of assaulting black student

Matthew Frazier and Matthew Rawlings are facing charges of misdemeanor assault in connection with the Sept. 10 incident.

McSally defends Huachuca money going to border wall

The U.S. senator from Arizona says $30 million will be replaced in a future budget.

Nationwide effort aims to increase registered voters Tuesday

National Voter Registration Day targets eligible voters who might otherwise miss their chance to register or update their info.

Grijalva and others push for transparency on border military deployment

34 members of Congress are urging the Department of Defense to investigate President Trump’s use of military troops on the border.

Tucson is getting electric buses, but more people are choosing to drive

The buses could reduce the city's greenhouse gas emissions, but ridership is at a 10-year low.

City of Tucson seeks input on bike boulevard projects

Staffers from the city's Department of Transportation will be holding multiple events to generate design ideas.

UA researchers put food safety under a microscope in Yuma

A study is looking into the reasons behind persistent E. coli outbreaks in the produce growing region.

31 bison from Grand Canyon sent to Oklahoma tribe

Park officials say the hundreds of bison at the park are harming water sources and the landscape.

More data needed to bridge digital divide, expand high-speed internet

About 18% of Arizonans are thought to be underserved by the number of available internet providers.

Wildfire evacuation forces 1,000 Prescott-area residents from their homes

The Johnson fire started on the last full day of summer.

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