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Court Reviews Law Denying Bail to Undocumented Immigrants

A federal appeals court heard arguments Tuesday over constitutionality of Proposition 100 which was voter approved to amend state Constitution.

Sierra Vista Aims to Conserve Water, Save San Pedro River

Town trying to lower water use because if source dries up heart of community's economy, Fort Huachuca, could close.

AZ Independent Voters Outnumber Either Big Party

Republicans may be seeing red, Democrats feeling blue as 'no party' registrants take plurality for first time.

Feds OK UA Proposal to Use Marijuana as PTSD Treatment

Research cleared by FDA some time ago; Dept. of Health's decision hailed as major victory for study under way in Tucson.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, March 14, 2014

Brewer announces she won't seek another term; Arizona Legislature update; water issues in Santa Cruz Valley.

AZ Week: El Rio Feels Effects of Medicaid Expansion

Since law was established, the community health center has helped patients apply for and enroll in affordable care.

Innovative Intervention Center Helps Youth with Psychosis

University of Arizona’s EPICENTER aims for early intervention and comprehensive treatment for young people with severe mental illness.

Biosphere 2 Raising Money for Sea of Cortez Small Scale Replica

The researching facility has until April 22 to raise $100K to turn a 9,000-square-foot tank into living model of Gulf of California's oceanic environment.

AZ Week: Forced to Cut $5M, Sunnyside Makes Changes

After a failed budget override last Nov. school district has cut dozens of jobs including in its art, music programs; came up with plan to still offer these courses to its students.

Native American Traditional Foods Turn Into Viable Business

From tepary beans grown by the Tohono O’Odham people to chocolate produced by the Chickasaw Nation, Native Americans are entering the niche food market in many places.

Rape Among Risks for Migrant Women Crossing US-MX Border

Pharmacist in Altar, Sonora says women often come in asking what to do to prevent pregnancy in case they are victims.

Immigration Officials Train Law Enforcement on Special Visas

Representatives from US Citizenship & Immigration Services held training in Tucson regarding helping crime victims apply for such documentation.

Tucson Involved in Efforts to Improve Civility in Politics

Organizations, academics, former members of Congress say government not productive when partisan divides persist.

Brewer Won't Seek Third Term, 'Time to Pass Torch of Leadership'

'Serving as governor of Arizona has been the privilege and pleasure of my life,' says Gov. Jan Brewer during PHX speech Weds. morning.

Flake, McCain Want AZ Repaid for Keeping Canyon Open

State spent $465,000 to run AZ's biggest tourist draw while federal government was shut down in October.

Kaleidoscopic Look at Bradbury, Famous Sci-Fi Writer

Essay collection explores his life and different dimensions of his work; fans will be able to find it at Tucson Festival of Books' Science City.

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