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Former San Carlos Apache Tribe chair walking to traditional lands to protest copper mine

Wendsler Nosie Sr. is going to live near Oak Flat east of Phoenix to oppose the construction of the Resolution Copper Mine.

Arizona political parties getting ready for 2020 conventions

The Republican and Democratic party faithful are preparing for the summer’s national conventions.

Poll finds division and common ground in what Arizonans care about

State residents placed issues like water and education among their highest priorities.

How Arizona's universities rank in R & D spending

The state's public schools rank high in space, social science and geoscience research spending.

UA team working to make intersections safer in Tucson

A study group is recommending changes to improve safety and efficiency.

Biosphere 2 drought study continues

The water was shut off to the rainforest biome for a multiweek measurement of dry conditions.

Refugee resettlement groups sue President Trump

They're hoping to block an order requiring approval from local government to continue refugee placements.

Arizona Board of Regents extends contract of UA President Robbins

The board added one more year to the contracts of all three state university presidents.

Raytheon Missile Systems president discusses growth and priorities in Tucson

Plus, young employees share what it's like to work at the company.

Raytheon growing, Broadway widening, 2020 delegation process

Plus, a roundtable discussion with Pima County's political party chairs.

Plan to fund Oro Valley golf courses passes

Facing a recall election, the mayor put forward a plan that would fund infrastructure improvements by 2023.

State board to consider banning sale of vaping products at universities

Regent says it's the board's responsibility in the wake of vaping-related illnesses and deaths in the U.S.

A majority of Arizona voters want marijuana legalized, a poll says

About one-third of registered voters surveyed said they oppose legalization.

Arizona border activist acquitted of harboring immigrants

The jury deliberated for just hours in the second trial for Scott Warren, which followed a mistrial in June.

East side development renews concerns about water and growth

Members of the City Council say it's time for the state to pitch in with CAP water.

US Senate passes bill repealing discriminatory laws against Native Americans

The Respect Act would eliminate laws like one that allows the forced removal of children from their homes to attend boarding school.

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