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Research Works to Understand Retinal Damage in Diabetics

UA scientists looking into what leads to blindness in adults with the disease, hopefully counteract it in the future.

Obama's Phoenix Visit Tuesday Draws Protests

Immigrant rights activists gathered outside high school where president gave a speech; some signs read 'Deporter-in-Chief.'

The Granite Mountain Hotshot crew. Nineteen crew members were killed June 30, 2013, fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire.

Law Changes May Ensure Hotshot Families Survivor Benefits

AZ house speaker drafting a retroactive legislation; mother of one of 19 firefighters having a news conference in Prescott Wed.

Cigarette in hand

ASU Prohibits Tobacco on Its Properties

Ban of cigarettes, snuff, other products went into effect Aug. 1; UA may head in same direction.

Brewer: Obama Shouldn't Take Credit for AZ Recovery

Governor says economic improvement comes from hardworking Arizonans; 'president should learn from our example.'

DREAM students supporting education over deportation.

Phoenix Mayor Gives Obama Letter from 'Dreamer'

Upon his arrival to AZ for an economy speech, president receives a thank-you note from young undocumented immigrant.

Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias

Pima Board Decides on Holidays, Soccer Funding

Supervisors unanimously voted to make Black Friday a holiday for county workers; approve money for training at Kino complex.

Marco Saavedra, 23, at border fence in Nogales last month. His asylum request was pending.

Seven 'Dreamers' Granted Tentative Asylum

After leaving US, they tried to recross at Nogales last month, were taken to Eloy immigrant detention center.

Live Near Border in AZ? 'You're Being Watched'

Adding to already 'astronomical' security resources won't be deter organized crime, skeptical resident says.

President Barack Obama, speaking in Phoenix Aug. 6, 2013.

Obama: 'Housing Market Beginning to Heal'

In Phoenix, 'Ground Zero' for meltdown, he calls for new mortgage reforms to continue boosting middle class.

Farhad Moghimi

New Director Named for Regional Trans, Gov Groups

Assistant town manager in Sahuarita will be moving in as the head of two organizations in Tucson metro area.

New Study: Warfare May Not Be Part of Human Nature

An adjunct research scientists at the UA led investigation, says group-on-group violence is relatively new.

Mother of Prescott Hotshot Demands Family Survivor Benefits

Such aid reserved for full-time employees; many of the 19 firefighters were seasonal; officials unable to legally reclassify them as permanent.

Tucson, National Gasoline Prices on Decline

City average cost dropped 1.8 cents to $3.38 a gallon Sunday; still much higher, by 22.8 cents, than year ago.

Conceptual drawing of the new Mariposa Port of Entry under construction in Nogales.

Mexico Plans to Spend Millions on Port Renovations

US has put $200M into upgrading its side of Mariposa Port of Entry, commercial crossing at Nogales.

Tucson Wants Improved Economic Ties with Mexico

Mayor says recent trip south of border with AZ business leaders further opened eyes and minds to potential.

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