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ASU Radiation Test Could Help Doctors Triage Nuclear Attack Victims

The test uses gear already found in many medical centers to test thousands of blood drops per day.

Phoenix Mayor, Greg Stanton (D) discusses his recent election and what it means for the future of Tucson.

Phoenix Mayor Hopes to Boost His City's Trade With Mexico

The city is often overlooked by companies looking to make foreign direct investment, he said.

A naturally-germinated Cottonwood tree pictured with Martha Gomez-Sapiens, research associate at University of Arizona, 2016

Two Years Later, Water Release Continues to Bring Life to Colorado River

It is supporting bird and plant life while recharging groundwater.

Local Officials Push to Keep Cherrybell Postal Facility Open

Elected reps will host congressman who oversees US Postal Service for tour, meeting.

A group of Haitian immigrants wait in Mexico's Nogales port of entry for an interview with a U.S. Customs and Border Protection official.

Haitians Arrive at Arizona Border to Uncertain Reception

Young men say they arrived after crossing 12 countries following 2010 quake in Haiti.

Early Ballots Stream In Statewide; 765,535 So Far

The numbers put Arizona on pace for a huge turnout in November election.

Regents Close Inquiry into UA Med Schools; Findings Secret

No further board action following two-month investigation and closed-door meeting.

Tribes Receive EPA Funds For Environmental Projects

Largest project in grants will be water connection between remote communities.

Panel to Look at Intersection of Privacy, Journalism, Society

Part of a Conversations on Privacy series taking place every Wednesday until Nov. 16.

We talk to Michael Worobey, UA Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, about new research about the evolution of the flu.

UA Study: HIV's First US Foothold Was in 1970s

A man referred to as "Patient Zero" was also misidentified, researchers said.

U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.

US Sen Flake: 'Large-Scale Voter Fraud Is Not an Issue'

In Tucson interview, he says system is secure, because it involves many honest people.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Aug. 31, 2016.

Donald Trump Jr Scheduled to Speak Thursday at ASU

Republican Party says afternoon speech will focus on millennials, election's importance.

Cyclovia: Do You Have the Mettle to Pedal 2.25 Miles?

30,000 bicycle riders expected to work their way through central Tucson Sunday.

Tohono O'odham Leaders Hope to Get Youth to Vote Early

Those who don't have an ID with an address on it can vote early, tribal officials say.

Downtown Phoenix, 2009.

Phoenix-Area Homebuilders Look to Refugees, Former Inmates To Fill Labor Gap

The workforce has not kept up with the demand in fields like masonry, plumbing and framing.

U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.

Arizona Sen. Flake's Vote Not Going to Trump or Clinton

Says he will likely leave his choice of a write-in candidate until the end.

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