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Poachers swarm vaquita refuge ‘like never before’

A conservationist said the number of poachers in the endangered porpoise's habitat — casting nets for a fish called the totoaba — is unprecedented.

Border humanitarian aid work on trial

A look at how federal immigration policy and religious freedom played out in the trials of a No More Deaths volunteer.

Judge halts some military spending on border wall

The ruling applies to $3.6 billion diverted from military construction projects to pay for 175 miles of border wall.

House bill could generate more health services for Native American elders

If passed, the Tribal Elder Care Improvement Act would award grants to tribal agencies to support elder health care.

Marana's Tortolita Preserve protected from development, for now

The town will continue making lease payments on the 2,400-acre wildlife preserve.

Regulators approve renewable energy plan for UA

The plan has Tucson Electric Power using solar and wind sources to meet all the university's electricity needs by 2021.

Arizona border wait times up as CBP increases security

A discussion with Guadalupe Ramirez, CBP's director of field operations.

Senate bill could roll back tribal authority in domestic violence cases

It's one of two U.S. Senate bills that would renew the Violence Against Women Act.

Not a smooth ride so far for e-scooters in Tucson

The city is searching solutions to the problems scooters bring, while some are calling for an end to the program.

Discussions continue about mysterious particles around asteroid Bennu

Scientists say the objects, first detected in January, pose no threat to the OSIRIS-REx mission

Report: Hundreds of asylum seekers face violence after return to Mexico

The report documents cases of kidnapping, torture and sexual assault.

Food bank giving out energy-saving kits

TEP donated 11,000 kits with LED bulbs and water-saving gadgets for distribution at Tucson's food bank.

Fort Huachuca commander on the post’s mission

Maj. Gen. Laura Potter is the second woman to lead the military installation.

Fort Huachuca and the military’s economic impact

Arizona 360 hears from post leaders and explores the significance of Arizona's military industry.

Mexican consul in Tucson is raising eyebrows

The recently arrived diplomat from Mexico is allegedly holding partisan meetings at his office.

Tucson youth will hold another climate strike Friday

Students will take to the streets once again to demand action on climate change.

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