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Tucson Medical Center to give away 600 car seats

A car seat can nearly double a child’s chances of surviving a crash. But most aren’t used properly, if they’re used at all.

House passes bill banning future Grand Canyon uranium mining

The bill would block mining on 1 million acres near the Grand Canyon.

Study: Arizona among states with highest rates of uninsured children

Researchers put the state at more than 3 percentage points above the national average

Border wall construction continues across sensitive lands in Arizona

Contractors are working on new border wall east of Douglas, which will cross the San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge.

CAP shutdown might produce cloudy water

Annual maintenance shifts Tucson Water to local wells.

Scientists recognize new fish in northern Mexico

The Rio Concepcion topminnow is related to the Gila topminnow.

Hopes and concerns over tourism investment in Mexico

The current administration has cut expenses like promotional campaigns, but officials are optimistic about growth.

Mount Lemmon highway reopened after wildfire

Officials say the "Molino Fire" was human-caused.

Pima GOP claims Tucson ballot opens up election to fraud

The Republicans say party affiliation on envelopes could impact ballot handling.

UA researchers study effects of near-infrared light on aging brains

Researchers hope the treatment will boost energy metabolism in brain cells and tune up mitochondria.

Nearly 30 bodies found on outskirts of Rocky Point

A group of volunteer searchers made the grisly discovery outside of the beach destination popular with Arizona visitors.

Border Patrol finds tunnel in Nogales

More than 100 tunnels that have been found in the Tucson Sector since 1990.

Slow broadband speeds challenge Tohono O'odham Community College

People living on tribal lands or in rural areas have underserved broadband needs across Arizona.

More small cell poles coming to Tucson

The poles enhance provider networks, but some carry 5G capabilities.

U.S. Census Bureau hiring across state for 2020 census

That includes more than 50,000 temporary positions in Arizona.

Census 2020, broadband in Arizona, Mayor Rothschild

How broadband speeds factor into quality of life.

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