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Arizona Company Recalls More Beef Over Salmonella Fears

The USDA says all the products in question have been removed from stores, but may still be in people's freezers.

Rillito Foundation Offers 30 Internships With UA Agriculture College

Students have the opportunity to gain experience in various business roles.

Arizona Town Condemns Coyote-Killing Contest

Dewey-Humboldt joins other governments by condemning the practice.

Mission Garden Builds Kitchen to Share Tucson's Food History

The agricultural heritage museum's new kitchen passed its first inspection.

Study: Tomato Imports Lead to Billions Of Dollars, Thousands Of Jobs

Researchers found that produce grown elsewhere has a big impact on the U.S. economy.

Impasse Over Who Loses Water, and How Much, Could Sink Arizona Drought Planning

A water dispute is playing out between Central Arizona cities, tribes and farms.

Understanding the Issues in Arizona's 3rd Congressional District

A closer look at challenges in Tucson, Nogales and Yuma.

Master Gardeners Celebrate 35 Years in Pima County

Volunteers have been "planting knowledge" since 1983.

Women Migrate Across More Than Borders

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Borderlands Theater explores"Sanctuary"; Pima County's Master Gardener program celebrates 35 years; and Tu Nidito presents an art show by youth coping with grief.

Dairymen: Mexico's Answer to Steel Tariffs is Devastating Arizona Dairy Farms

Mexico has placed a 25 percent tariff on U.S. dairy products, after the U.S. did the same to Mexican steel.

Southern Arizona Produce Distributors Await Results of NAFTA Talks

Industry leaders say trade with Mexico is crucial to the region.

Arizona Pecan Farmer Calls For Halt to Trade War

Says the Trump administration needs to stop imposing tariffs and instead start negotiating.

University Group Launches Water Purification Project for Native American Community

A local chapter of Engineers Without Borders is building a filtration system to provide clean irrigation water for the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation.

5 Dead, Nearly 200 Sickened in Outbreak Blamed on Yuma Lettuce

While it's not likely any tainted lettuce is still in stores, delayed reports of illnesses have continued to come in.

Number of Food Poisoning Cases Linked to Arizona Lettuce Grows to 172

The CDC says the lettuce responsible for the E. coli outbreak should no longer be in stores and restaurants.

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