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Military service member found dead in Southern Arizona

Authorities said no foul play was suspected in this or another such death earlier this month.

Filling the gap for Tucson's homeless students

As housing affordability continues to drop in Arizona, charitable organizations stretch to address the steep disadvantages facing young people experiencing homelessness.

Affordable Tucson homes in short supply

Condo and townhome buyers have seen prices spike.

Building more than houses in one Tucson neighborhood

Habitat for Humanity Tucson and a coalition of partners are working to improve and track quality of life in the Amphi neighborhood.

'Remain In Mexico' program headed to Sonora

The program sends asylum seekers to Mexico while their immigration cases are processed.

Federal government pays Arizona counties for lost tax revenue

The money covers the loss of taxes that local governments can't collect on federal land.

UA researcher investigating chemicals used in firefighting foam

Reyes Sierra-Alvarez is working on methods to absorb a contaminant discovered in groundwater.

How much water is in the San Pedro? Every year, volunteers seek to find out

More than 100 volunteers spent last weekend tracking the presence of intermittent water in the river.

Investigating border crimes, Mexico deploys National Guard

Plus, talking to Tucson mayoral candidate Steve Farley.

County animal shelter takes in 43 animals in case resulting in animal cruelty charges

The group of cats, dogs and turtles is mostly healthy. PACC is looking for foster homes for the animals.

Roots of housing discrimination in Tucson

In the first of three shows on housing, we look at the origin of discriminatory practices and the Fair Housing Act.

Report: Most asylum-seeking families show up to immigration court dates

In Arizona, almost every family that has legal representation makes every court appearance, according to aTRAC immigration report.

Clashes between doctors and Border Patrol may be putting migrant health at risk

A health and human rights group says agents sometimes exceed the limits of their mandate.

Tucson City Council opposes proposed Interstate 11

A resolution lays out the environmental and economic reasons for the opposition.

Pima County to update the backstops in its archery ranges

The county will replace equipment in the Tucson Mountain Park and Southeast Regional Park archery ranges

Group looks to increase voter registration of underrepresented Arizonans

The group sends registration forms to younger and minority voters.

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