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Census 2020, broadband in Arizona, Mayor Rothschild

How broadband speeds factor into quality of life.

Photo sparks increased concern over fishing in vaquita refuge

Fishermen say they returned to the small, endangered porpoise's habitat out of desperation.

Desert View teacher wins $100,000 excellence award from tool company

Cesar Gutierrez, a precision manufacturing teacher, is one of three winners nationwide of the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools prize.

UA researcher studying disease that could impact chocolate supply

The Swollen Shoot disease is affecting cacao trees in Ghana.

Tucson's streetcar turns 5

Despite some initial opposition, the streetcar started rolling down the tracks for the first time five years ago.

Navajo commission to assess school abuse

The commission wants to hear about abuse by school personnel and assess what remains from historical mistreatment.

Mexico’s immigration commissioner accused of racism, xenophobia

Immigrant rights groups are calling for the government to sanction Francisco Garduño for comments he made.

Restarted Mexican tomato investigation makes final duty determination

The Department of Commerce determined that Mexican tomatoes are likely to be sold for less than fair value.

McSally-Kelly Senate race expected to be the most expensive in Arizona's history

Experts say the 2020 race is on track to shatter campaign fundraising records.

Researchers calculate what an immigration arrest costs a family

Out-of-pocket expenses and future earning losses could total more than $24,000.

McSally pushing North American trade deal

Senate Republicans claim the House is delaying a vote on the USMCA.

Tucson raises minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21

The 6-1 vote makes Tucson the fifth city in the state to adopt such an ordinance.

Not on board: Research shows consequences of mandating corporate gender diversity

Companies in California saw their stock price drop after the signing of a new law.

Grant to help UA prepare interpreters to serve deaf students

The project director says it's rare to get funding to train undergraduates for educational interpreters.

Low-level contaminants in drinking water still harmful, report says

A nonprofit says federal drinking water guidelines don't necessarily protect the health of water users.

After weeklong search, man’s body recovered from Hermosillo sewer

The body of the 62-year-old was found a quarter-mile south of where he had fallen into a sinkhole.

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