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Haggen Sues Albertsons Over Grocery Store Sales

Two of three Tucson locations in the deal now closed; Haggen alleges 'malicious and unfair actions.'

Bisbee Passes Symbolic Death-With-Dignity Resolution

City council first in Arizona to support certain cases of assisted suicide

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Report Sheds New Light on Tucson

First-ever Hispanic Market Outlook gives insight into southern Arizona's Hispanic population

Sunset at Yavapai Point, along the Grand Canyon's South Rim.

Dated Technology Hinders Grand Canyon Search And Rescue Efforts

Increased visitors, inconsistent radio communication put strain on first responders

Challengers File in Oro Valley Recall Election

If petitions are successful, each race would have at least one challenger

Group Launches Effort to Recall State Schools Chief

After approval from the secretary of state, group will have 120 days to collect signatures.

Water Stops, Starts in Rural Arizona

Restrictions are still in place, but regular service should return to Bowie by end of the week

EPA Waterways Rule Put on Hold in Arizona

Federal judge sides with suing states on injunction request

Possible Tucson-area highway projects in the future include new highways through Avra Valley and a southeastern spur connecting Interstates 10 & 19.

AZ WEEK: Interstate Could Be International Trade Route

Planned I-11 would connect Spouthern Arizona to Las Vegas, eventually Canada, to bolster trade.

METRO WEEK: City Government Lacks Fiscal Plan, Leadership

How did past city decisions shape the budget struggle, poverty and politics?

Arizona Spotlight for August 28, 2015

Visit a barber school in Tucson where students learn from a master of the trade, explore the legacy of Mexican women in journalism; and more...

Copper Company Layoffs Won't Affect Tucson Area Mine

Company spokesman says despite cuts, operations at Sierrita will continue at current levels.

Forests Worldwide Vulnerable to Drought, UA Researcher Says

UA scientist contributes to climate change findings

Loss of Navajo Language Reveals Cultural Shift

Referendum allows non-Navajo speaker to be president

Regulate Reopened Uranium Mines, Group Asks Government

Environmental organization wants long-dormant operations scrutinized, including near Canyon.

Ducey Severs Ties with Private Prison Operator over Riots

State released a scathing report about numerous issues at the prison, calling it 'unacceptable.'

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