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Arizona Supreme Court: Tucson Can't Destroy Seized Guns

The court said the state law supersedes Tucson's authority as a charter city.

Davis-Monthan Noise-Complaint System Goes Online

Gone are the days of leaving a voice mail if you've been upset by aircraft from the Tucson Air Force base.

Hispanic Chamber: Immigration Bill Could Hurt Local Economy

Changes with the RAISE Act could lower the area's access to workers who fill manual labor jobs.

Law Professors to Trump: Keep DACA

Trump must decide what to do about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

You've Been Warned: Pima County Ticketing Drivers on Cellphones

The period after the ban went into effect netted 700+ warnings for drivers in unincorporated areas.

Groups Defend Ironwood Forest National Monument Status

Advocates say they 'won't go down without a fight' to keep the protected status of the site.

Feds Won't Sue UA over Affirmative Action, Already Blocked in Arizona

Proposition 107 barred preferential treatment on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin.

Arizona Politicians Look to Drive Health Care Debate

Arizona officials are not sitting on the sideline when it comes to the future of health insurance

County, City Merge Programs that Help Residents Pay Bills

Both programs offered once-a-year help with utility bills to low-income residents through partner groups.

Bipartisan Group Advances Plan to 'Stabilize' Health Insurance

The 'Problem Solvers Caucus' is adamant it is not a 'repeal and replace' proposal.

McCain Returns to Arizona for Brain Cancer Treatment

The senator plans to continue his normal work schedule and return to D.C. following recess.

Committee Meets Tuesday to Set Priorities for Pima County Roads

Group will decide how to spend money raised by a new property tax in Pima County.

Episode 149: Who's on the Ballot for Tucson City Council Primaries?

Interviews with Ward 3 Democrats and Ward 6 Greens.

Arizona Gets Second Request for Voter Info

Arizona election officials to decide what information to give the federal government

Border Wall Funding Gets Through House in Defense Budget

The U.S. House approved $1.6 billion for border wall construction.

Border Patrol To Test at Least 3 Types of Drones In Arizona

More types of unmanned aerial vehicles could be coming to the border.

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